Under International regulations, passengers, including lorry drivers are prohibited from staying on the vehicle decks when at sea.
The Department for Transport has recently announced it intends to consult on legislation to make it illegal for certain vehicles to run with a tyre aged 10 years or over
As of 8 April 2019, London’s Ultra-Low Emission Zone has now been introduced in London
A quick reminder that for some operators, you must arrange to have an annual test carried out on your vehicles if you have not done this yet. They need to pass the test before the next vehicle tax renewal is due.
You may find issues in booking your vehicles in for Tachograph Calibration at certain centres following the issue of a…
The Department of Transport recently announced it would be replicating or adopting the recent vehicle safety rules provisionally agreed by the European Union
An awareness of tenant-adverse terms in a commercial lease is invaluable in the modern business landscape. It allows you to avoid complex and expensive litigation, the cost of a feud between your business and your landlord and can see you wriggle out of onerous and pricey obligations under a property agreement.
Are you a transport manager in name only? Then, read on.
Clandestine entrants and the current guidance for operators and HGV drivers on the same.
Currently, the word ‘Brexit’ said in the majority of situations brings about an orchestra of groans and sighs. Large proportions of the public are fatigued by the discussion and have had their minds run ragged by the uncertainty surrounding the concept. Nevertheless, it is something to be addressed, as the deadline of 29 March 2019 looms.