For built-up areas and motorways, vans should follow the same speed limit as cars. But on single and dual carriageways, the speed limit is 10mph lower than the speed limit for cars:
Vans must follow the speed limits for good vehicles of the same weight. Learn more on the GOV.UK website.
Vehicles under 2 tonnes laden (loaded) weight may qualify as a ‘car-derived van’ or ‘dual-purpose vehicle’. These vehicles have the same speed limits as cars.
10 May 2021
New research from the RAC shows scale of speeding on UK roads and a desire to see average speed cameras used to enforce those with the highest speed limits.
29 Mar 2021
Road sign-reading technology could save drivers £327 million in speeding fines, according to new research by Seat.
17 Mar 2021
Speed cameras should be used to detect vehicles that are being driven without valid insurance, MOT or VED, according to an IAM Roadsmart survey.
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