Whistl has placed an order with Connexas to ensure that its fleet of 30 Bedford-based vehicles are compliant with the Direct Vision Standard.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) is warning fleet operators about seriously defective aftermarket truck brake drums.
Logistics UK has launched the industry’s first generic ADAS guidance document for commercial vehicles.
Genus is reporting double-digit improvements in fuel efficiency following the roll-out of Lightfoot and its rewards platform across its fleet of 580 vehicles.
Transport for London’s (TfL) Direct Vision Standard (DVS) scheme has been criticised for ignoring ‘indirect vision’ elements such as the blind spots behind a truck.
IAM RoadSmart is encouraging businesses to make sure driver training is a part of apprenticeship development.
Mobile Mini has taken delivery of five new delivery vehicles after investing over £2.5 million in its fleet to increase operational efficiency and customer service.
John Bushby, a driver from Gist has been hailed as a HGV Hero in the Microlise Driver of The Year Awards 2020.
The latest from the commercial fleet industry, including FORS launching a new tacho service and Airmec Essential Services adopting Trakm8 telematics software.
A truck driver, who ploughed into a school minibus killing a teenage boy and teaching assistant after using his mobile phone, has been jailed.
The Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) has unveiled a new training package designed to help fleet operators better manage driver fatigue.
The majority of HGV drivers do not consistently carry out checks, according to a new survey by CameraMatics.
Phil Hoskins from City Plumbing Supplies has been recognised as a driving hero in the Microlise Driver of The Year Awards 2020.
Kirklees Council’s new waste and recycling fleet will be equipped with a device to prevent vehicles from rolling away, being stolen or used as a weapon of terror.
Hovis has won the Microlise Driver Excellence Award for 2020 after telematics data showed it had the best performing drivers.
Barry Proctor Services is backing the Highways England call for road users to ensure they carry out simple safety checks on their vehicles and loads before any journey.
Venson Automotive Solutions is urging businesses to prioritise mental well-being for drivers, as reports claim van drivers worked longer hours during lockdown.
E.On has reached the highest levels of driver compliance, thanks to its use of the Driving Monitor platform.
One in every four vans, examined in roadside tests by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA), exceeded their maximum payload capacity.
Illuminated chevron and safety signage company, Inspace Media, has entered into a strategic partnership, with vehicle installation firm, Avian Fleet.