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Road Haulage Association approves of Transport for London
Travelling in reverse gear causes almost half a billion pounds of
damage every year
Fleet management report reveals managers' main safety concerns
Festive travellers scammed out of hundreds of pounds
Survey shows 90 percent of consumers are unaware of new
The owners of Saab Automobile have filed for bankruptcy after a failed rescue deal
Increase in premiums prompts official investigation
New-look MOT test carries safety benefits, but could land fleets
with expensive bills
Transport Secretary has given the go-ahead for 21 major schemes
80 percent of company car and van drivers are putting their lives
at risk, according to new statistics
FleetCor Technologies Inc., a leading global provider of fuel cards and parent company to Knaresborough-based The Fuelcard Company, has today announced its acquisition of AllStar Business Solutions Limited from The Arval Group for £194 million.
New research reveals 33 percent of companies have experienced customers trying to renegotiate terms in the last 12 months
A motorist is fined every three minutes for using a mobile phone
while driving, says new research
Reports show values of used, small hatchback gain ground while 4x4 values falter
Goodyear has introduced the company’s first commercial truck tyre
with built-in microchip
Transport Minister Mike Penning has agreed to investigate claims
that many second-hand HGV wheels entering the market are not fit
Fleet and business registrations accounted for over 59 percent of
new car market in November
New data shows 'morning after' drink driving accidents have
reached an all-time high
Minister raises hopes that remote parts of Yorkshire may benefit
from fuel duty discounts currently being trialled in the Scottish
islands and Scilly Isles.
ACFO is calling for the 'totally unjustified' three percent
diesel company car benefit-in-kind tax surcharge to be scrapped.
Driver training to the most popular measure used by operators in
an attempt to reduce fuel bills, a survey has found.
A recent survey revealed 60 percent of motorists think elderly people should be forced to give up their driving licences.
The UK’s first ‘virtual solicitor’ has been launched to improve access to justice for road traffic offenders.