The Government has announced temporary changes to allow bus and lorry drivers who cannot complete compulsory CPC training to continue to drive.
Microlise has announced it will provide its SmartFlow driver and subcontractor management app free of charge during the coronavirus outbreak.
Roger Bullivant (RB) has announced its reduced dangerous driving and vehicle idling and increased miles per gallon (MPG) with the adoption of Lightfoot technology.
Teletrac Navman has launched the DVS Safe System, a new technology package aimed at helping fleet operators meet London’s Direct Vision Standard (DVS).
FleetCheck has added coronavirus symptoms to its Vehicle Inspection App’s fit-to-drive section.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has suspended MOTs for all heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) and public service vehicles (PSVs).
FORS – the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme – has suspended all FORS Bronze site audit activity from today (Monday, March 23) until further notice.
Drivers’ hours rules relaxed further as trade bodies say supply chain can keep goods moving with Government support.
Relaxation acknowledges the vital contribution that the commercial fleet industry is playing in keeping the economy moving during the coronavirus pandemic
FleetCheck is calling for a protocol to ensure that home delivery fleets do not place drivers or the public at additional risk from coronavirus.
Fewer than half of van drivers use hands-free or Bluetooth technology to make calls, according to research conducted by Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles.
A truck driver has received an eight-month suspended sentence and 200 hours of unpaid work for driving up to 21 hours a day.
Scania has introduced side detection functionality via two different systems to help to improve safety for other road users.
All Round Security Fleet Operators has rolled out BigChange telematics, connecting field service engineers in real-time to its office.
There will be no increase to FORS membership subscription or audit fees during 2020, for the fifth year in succession.
Despite a strong sense of social responsibility, it says, persistent barriers prevent mobility and logistics operators investing more in safety.
Freeway Fleet Systems has developed smart software that aims to simplify fleet management by predicting the type and quantity of parts needed to maintain a fleet.
Vehicle inspections using a FleetCheck app designed to increase fleet safety for cars, vans, HGVs, buses and coaches hit the two million mark this week.
Camera Telematics has announced the global launch of their enhanced Street Angel on-board video evidence data recorder.
Wincanton has invested in 360-degree cameras and telematics technology across its home delivery fleet as part of its commitment to improving safety and efficiency.