Jaama’s Key2 software aims to help truck fleets comply with tough, new DVSA roadside inspections, including an emissions check.
The Government’s new transport investment plan is good news for the sector, but more investment is needed to upgrade the road network, says the FTA.
JCT 600 Volkswagen Van Centre York has hired a new commercial team as well as revamping its service facilities.
Lancashire DAF is bolstering its commitment to national fleet customers with investment in a new Pre-Delivery Inspection facility and restructuring its senior management team.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has launched an online customer support hub and live chat service to offer new channels of engagement.
With crew and patient on board Secamb vehicles run close to legal maximum.
Maxtropa’s route planning software has boosted business for Total Hygiene’s mobile operation.
The workshops, staffed by more than 1,000 vehicle technicians, will offer service, maintenance and repair across a range of vehicle types and plant items.
BT Fleet has announced the acquisition of SEV Automotive and Plant, a UK-based mobile vehicle maintenance and servicing business.
Mercedes-Benz Vans has launched a new national pricing tariff for van servicing.
Ford is to extend a mobile van servicing programme, after a successful pilot in London last year.
The IMI and SOE are to launch a campaign to formalise skills assessment and training for technicians working on buses, lorries and other heavy vehicles.
Delivery firms are being urged to check vehicles in run-up to one of the busiest periods of the year.
Effectively managing your VOR time can minimise disruption and save money
Increased demands from growing LCV fleets have forced manufacturers, leasing companies and independents to up their game on service, maintenance and repair
Northgate Vehicle Hire is to introduce 23 brand new service vans for its mobile technicians across the UK and Ireland.
Figures show more than a million vans on the road likely to fail Class 7 test
Ford has reduced the price of selected parts for Transit and Transit Connect models that are more than four years old by up to 58%.
AXA Business Insurance reveals a lack of proper van maintenance could mean a four-fold (plus) increase in accident levels.
Tracker is urging businesses to assess their vans to ensure they are fit for purpose after data from the Freight Transport Association (FTA) revealed that half of all vans on the roads, over three years old, are unroadworthy.