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New Van Market Growth: A Sign of a Flourishing Courier Industry
This January, the market for new light commercial vehicles (LCVs) has increased by 8.6%. Compared to January 2018, this is quite significant, with 22,000 new vans and pick-ups being registered (an uplift of 1,761). Since last year, all sectors have seen ...
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Posted by Desiree Michels in Automotive, Vans
Recognising Achievements at the FTA’s Van Excellence Awards
The Freight Transport Association (FTA) Van Excellence Awards have recently taken place, and many owner drivers and operators have been recognised for their significant contributions to the industry. The ceremony was held in Birmingham at the Hyatt ...
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Posted by Desiree Michels in Automotive, Vans
Comparing Auto Insurance Quotes Online Made Simple By Compare Autoinsurance.org
California, USA (February 23, 2019) - Compare-Autoinsurance.org is a company that has made comparing auto insurance quotes online easy for the clients. People who are in search of cheap auto insurance rates may find this company helpful as they offer instant ...
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Posted by Sumanta Dutta in Automotive, Cars
Using Tired Tyres: DVSA’s New Safety Guide
Doing haulage jobs can be tough on your tyres. Long hours, often at high speeds on the motorway, and carrying heavy loads all put a lot of pressure on your vehicle. Of course, although it would be great to use brand-new tyres for every journey, this just ...
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Posted by Desiree Michels in Automotive, Trucks
Biogas Benefits: A Green Future for the Transport Sector
All businesses face pressures to innovate and none more than haulage companies. For decades now, issues around climate change have pushed the development of new and alternative fuels, and these debates are only intensifying as evidence piles up. This can ...
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Posted by Desiree Michels in Automotive, Trucks
Camera Telematics Finally Launching Street Angel in the UK
Dealing with insurance claims is every logistics manager’s nightmare. The process is especially painful if you’re making do with incomplete or bad information. What should be an open and shut case can drag out, turning into months of tit-for-tat and ...
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Posted by Desiree Michels in Automotive, Trucks
A Bit of Culture and History on the Humber Bridge
One of the biggest perks of a job in the haulage industry is the chance to get out on the open road with the wind in your hair - even if it is only the gust of your heater warming up the cab. Most drivers have their own personal favourite route or feature ...
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Posted by Desiree Michels in Automotive, Trucks
Using Virtual Reality to Improve Health and Safety in the Haulage Industry
For any logistics manager, health and safety training for your drivers and depot staff is always one of the highest priorities. While haulage work is very tightly regulated, there are many aspects of the industry that can be dangerous, and it’s absolutely ...
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Posted by Desiree Michels in Automotive, Trucks
New Refuelling Bunker Opens at Holyhead Port
As anyone who does haulage work knows, there are few things more annoying than having to go out of your way to refuel. It’s always annoying having to spend longer at the wheel and take longer to complete the job. But it feels especially bad when you have to ...
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Posted by Desiree Michels in Automotive, Trucks
Could Potholes Become a Thing of the Past?
One of the biggest problems drivers face when completing courier jobs is potholes. At their worst, these serious defects on the road surface can be impossible to predict and very difficult to avoid. But all that could be about to change. Under pressure ...
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Posted by Desiree Michels in Automotive, Vans
Ice, Ice, Baby: Top Tips for Safe Driving on Icy Roads
As anyone in the transport industry knows, driving in poor weather can be anything from annoying to downright dangerous. The standard advice to stay off the roads unless your journey is absolutely necessary just doesn’t work for those doing courier work. ...
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Posted by Desiree Michels in Automotive, Vans
Carrying a Bigger Payload? Give Yourself a Bigger Braking Distance
Over time, anyone working as an owner driver in the delivery industry becomes intimately acquainted with their van. You know how it handles, you learn its capabilities and you get an understanding of how it brakes, corners and accelerates. But, here’s a ...
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Posted by Desiree Michels in Automotive, Trucks
The Proof is in the Pudding: Fleet Managers Are Buying EVs
Over the past few years, there’s been so much hype and genuine innovation surrounding the advent of electric vehicles (EVs), and it’s left more than a few heads (and tyres) spinning in the delivery industry. In fact, recent figures from manufacturer Kia ...
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Posted by Desiree Michels in Automotive, Trucks
Keeping Your Drivers Fit for the Job
If you’re a fleet manager, part of your role is ensuring the company’s biggest assets (the vehicles) are in perfect working order. That means regular maintenance checks, daily walk-arounds and investment in upgrades. But reverse back one step, because ...
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Posted by Desiree Michels in Automotive, Trucks
Smaller Fleet Operators’ Growing Interest in Gas
If you’re the manager of a smaller haulage company, I’ve got one question for you: how do you fuel your fleet? In the past, the answer was obvious – diesel was the only way to go. Today, however, that’s not necessarily the case. Biomethane has become ...
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Posted by Desiree Michels in Automotive, Trucks
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