• ‘We’ve always done it that way’

    Published On: Wednesday 26 June 2024

    Without regular training, operators can find themselves falling out of compliance, says Mark Lewin, director at transport training provider Novadata The problem with carrying on with doing things the way […]

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  • VDO offers smart tacho training support

    Published On: Wednesday 26 June 2024

    Continental’s tachograph division VDO has explained how it can help fleets, drivers and workshops get to grips with the latest smart tachograph technology via its training offering. “The last 12 […]

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  • Compliance expertise from Keep Legal

    Published On: Wednesday 26 June 2024

    Keep Legal Training and Consultancy Ltd is an independent training and compliance specialist, serving a broad client base ranging from owner drivers to blue chip companies. Its training offering includes […]

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  • Midland reflects on shifting training landscape

    Published On: Wednesday 26 June 2024

    Midland Transport Training has reported a massive influx of enquiries regarding Driver CPC , as the quinquennial September periodic training deadline looms for many. In addition to the deadline, director […]

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  • TTC helps Willmott Dixon drive up compliance

    Published On: Wednesday 26 June 2024

    Construction and property services provider Willmott Dixon Group has announced a new three-year partnership with the training and compliance experts TTC. Since the beginning of Willmott Dixon and TTC’s collaboration […]

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  • Met Police boosts haulier engagement with FORS training

    Published On: Wednesday 26 June 2024

    FORS, the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme, has teamed up with the Metropolitan Police so that officers from the force’s Commercial Vehicle Unit (CVU) can undertake FORS training as part of […]

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  • The evolution of bus design

    Published On: Wednesday 26 June 2024

    Roger Brereton of bus and coach steering parts manufacturer Pailton Engineering asks whether more work is needed to protect drivers The main character from the 1970s British sitcom On the […]

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  • Drum or disc? Choose wisely, says BPW

    Published On: Wednesday 26 June 2024

    BPW has highlighted some of the factors to consider when choosing between drum and disc brake systems. “Keeping vehicles on the road and not unnecessarily in the workshop is key […]

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  • Axle play detector advice from MAHA UK

    Published On: Wednesday 26 June 2024

    Workshop equipment provider MAHA UK has emphasised the role of axle play detection systems in ensuring vehicles and their occupants are safe. ”Ensuring the safety and efficiency of every component […]

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