Graduated driver licences part of safety measures being considered by DfT
Introduction of E10 petrol would save the equivalent emissions of taking 700,000 cars off the road.
Businesses in Greater Manchester face a “regime of punitive daily charges” after the Government instructed the area to bring forward its plans for a clean air zone two years to 2021, FTA has warned.
Difficulties faced by manufacturers in the new car market have led to an increase in vehicles being pre-registered, the remarketing industry has been told.
Newly-released driving licence data shows that 80,855 driving licences have nine points – three away from a totting-up ban if incurred within three years.
Don’t try to go it alone when framing policy. Be sure to include all the other fleet-responsible stakeholders, says Peter Eldridge, director, ICFM
Great advances are being made to reduce the impact of diesel-fired fridge units on our air. John Lewis reports on the different methods manufacturers are using to tackle the problem
It’s no good just paying lip service to the concept of ensuring the wellbeing of your staff. Policies must be real and credible, says DfBB’s Simon Turner
Carmaker may have lost ground over WLTP, but 10-year lithium deal could provide welcome turning point
Royal Mail is to triple the size of its electric van fleet with the addition of 190 new models by the end of the year.
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