Monday 29 August 2016



‘Widespread anger’ as ‘cartel’ truck makers fined €2.9 billion

The Road Haulage Association (RHA) has reported “widespread anger” among hauliers and says it is considering representing the industry in pursuit of compensation, following the European Commission’s (EC)…

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Following a tumultuous few weeks in British politics, trade associations representing the road transport sector have called for dialogue with the new prime minister, Theresa May, to ensure…

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Volvo Trucks, platooning

The Freight Transport Association has welcomed a consultation by the Department for Transport (DfT) into issues surrounding driverless vehicles and their uptake on UK roads. While passenger cars…

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Commercial News


Golden Boy Coaches slashes admin with TruTac

Luxury coach hire company Golden Boy Coaches is reportedly saving around 60 hours a month on administration and cutting its operating costs since it moved its tachograph analysis…

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Coventry-based temperature-controlled transport specialist Bedworth Haulage has reported weekly savings on its fuel bill of up to £190 per unit from its latest Mercedes-Benz tractor units. The firm…

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Cumbria-based Furness Cars & Commercials has reported a return on investment three times over from its vehicle tracking system during its three years of operation. With 22 breakdown…

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