Wednesday 26 July 2017

News

New diesel and petrol vans and cars banned by 2040

Shortly before this month’s bulletin closed for distribution, the government announced its intention to ban the sale of new diesel and petrol-powered light commercial vehicles, as well as…

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The Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has announced it will start examining trucks on Great Britain’s roads for emissions cheating devices and modifications at the roadside from…

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Steve Banner journeyed to Scania‘s headquarters in Södertälje, Sweden, to learn about the company’s latest technological developments, and its future predictions for truck and bus manufacture Switching to…

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Commercial News

Mobileye driver alerting technology ‘cuts collision risk’

Fewer accidents, lower fuel costs and better employee safety are some of the benefits of adding automated driver alerting technology to HGV and public sector fleets already on…

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H Mills Transport of Loughborough has recently installed four TankGuard alarm systems supplied by vehicle equipment provider aide automotive, in a bid to protect its fleet against diesel…

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Certas Energy and Shell Lubricants have announced a new five-year distribution contract that the companies say will see a strengthening of their collaboration in the supply of high…

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