Kim Briggs, mother of two and loved wife, died in February last year after suffering from fatal head injuries caused when a cyclist collided with her.
The Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs, along with the Department for Transport announced its plan to help reduce roadside nitrogen dioxide concentrations.
The DVSA and Traffic Commissioners for Great Britain recently published information about the progress of their new digital services for operator licence applicants and licence holders.
There are in existence two proposed outcomes of Brexit; the first is that put forward by the Brexiteers, the second is insisted upon by Remainers.
The Supreme Court has ruled that the Employment Tribunals and Employment Appeals Tribunals Fees Order 2013 has prevented access to justice, is unlawful and will be quashed.
They are pivotal to the mechanics. Ever present and yet unnoticed. Suzie Lines. There is, however, a mystery to these heroic wires…
Your vehicle is hit by a third-party vehicle, which does not stop. By chance you have CCTV which identifies the registration of the offending vehicle. The police cannot identify the driver, it could be any one of several people and no one is owning up.
The commercial vehicle industry is one of relatively high risk. Large, metal machines towering over their operators; heavy loads of hazardous waste and other articles; and long days of hard driving; means there are several dangers prevalent.
Under the DVS proposals only HGVs rated three star and above would be allowed into London from 2024 and zero star rated HGVs would be banned from or restricted on London’s roads by 2020.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) officers will be carrying out emissions checks at the roadside on commercial vehicles from August 2017.
Consultation on the proposal to introduce the ULEZ in central London in April 2019 rather than September 2020; proposed changes to the sunset periods; and the proposal to introduce a new PM standard for diesel vehicles in 2019.
The Road Haulage Association is now giving UK haulage and logistics firms (whether or not they are RHA members) the chance to sign up to its legal action for compensation against truck manufacturers found guilty of illegal price fixing.