McCarron Coates has reminded passenger and road transport fleet operators to not cut corners and urged them to consider sleep in the risk management process.
Tyre and autocentre company Universal Tyres has rolled out Mobileye’s collision avoidance safety technology across its fleet of more than 100 vehicles.
The Sovini Group has installed Lightfoot across its fleet of 170 vehicles to improve driver safety and cut fuel costs.
Fleet Source has announced a free seminar to help fleet managers understand the risks of vehicular terrorism.
Collision Management Systems' software-as-a-service solution can 'reduce claim costs by at least £1,600' by delivering real-time crash detection.
Isotrack Group has acquired AlcoLock GB, a leading supplier of breathalyser immobilisation systems to the commercial vehicle sector.
A North Lincolnshire company has been fined after a worker was injured whilst dismantling a HGV tipper lorry.
A haulage company from has been fined after the tragic death of a man who was crushed by a failed hydraulic ramp on Christmas Eve.
In the first years of the new millennium the volume of data available to fleet operators increased by a factor of 50, but that is in the slow lane compared to the torrent of “big data” that will be delivered from the “connected car”.
A Glasgow lorry driver has been disqualified from professional driving after a traffic commissioner heard a "chilling" account of his dangerous driving .
Four-fifths of van drivers are unaware of the different speed limits which apply to vans and commercial vehicles, a recent study by Total Motion found.
One hundred organisations and individual construction projects have shown their commitment to improving the safety of road users by becoming CLOCS Champions.
A large waste management company has introduced new technology to its fleet as part of its road safety strategy.
Many businesses with company vans are not following the most basic of steps to protect themselves against potential prosecution in the event of an accident, according to AXA Business Insurance.
FTA survey highlights heavy price UK businesses pay for poor road surfaces.
Mercedes-Benz raises the van safety stakes with new technologies which will appear on Sprinter later this year.
hen you consider that the only parts of a vehicle which actually touch the road are four areas of tyre each about the size of your palm, it can be too easily taken for granted.
The IAM has issued advice on driving on snow and ice, with increasingly chilly conditions arriving across the UK, bringing with it the threat of snowfall.
Company-wide driver safety initiatives put company on the road to 'zero harm'.
Babcock's training scheme targets drivers without access to computers.