Yodel has unveiled 50 new trailers that are equipped with a bespoke ‘Safety gate’ system.
When combined, road deaths among VRUs outstrip those of passengers travelling in cars
Michael Ellis has announced that the Department for Transport would be reviewing the evidence for letting recovery operators use red flashing warning beacons
Venson Automotive Solutions has passed the requirements for the Freight Transport Association’s (FTA) Van Excellence scheme for the fifth consecutive year.
Jenkins Shipping Company has been fined after a heavy goods vehicle (HGV) driver was struck by a paper reel being loaded on to his trailer.
Network Rail says that, on average, five entirely avoidable railway bridge strikes take place every day across Britain, costing taxpayers £23 million a year.
Government report says allowing vehicles weighing more than 7.5 tonnes to travel 10mph faster has saved business money.
The Freight Transport Association (FTA) has criticised the Government for not including commercial vans in new tyre safety standards.
Aldi’s Atherstone Regional Distribution Centre has received a 2019 Roadworthiness Award from FTA, recognising its high maintenance standards.
Camgrain Stores has been fined for health and safety failings after an employee was killed by a truck.
Van Excellence scheme partners with McCarron Coates to launch new insurance product for van drivers committed to safe, efficient and compliant driving.
The Government says that the new rules on tyres could come into force as early as 2020.
A clip of a truck driver helping an elderly lady cross the road has become an internet sensation.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) will use Automatic Number Plate Recognition cameras in a trial that will run until April 2020.
On average five entirely avoidable railway bridge strikes take place every day across Britain, costing the taxpayer £23 million a year.
Chris Shenton of Asda has been named the Van Excellence Driver of the Year and Alex Tilley of Moy Park the Young Driver of the Year 2019.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a collision in Oxted involving a Tesco’s delivery vehicle on Sunday (June 2), in which a three-year-old child died.
Speedy Asset Services has adopted VisionTrack video telematics technology as standard on all new vehicles.
Peugeot has given tradesmen the opportunity to test its Surround Rear Vision technology - aimed at cutting reversing incidents - in its Partner van.
Licence Bureau has called on light commercial vehicle (LCV) operators to ensure they are fully aware of the challenges faced, as mixed data "downplays risk".