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Driver CPC should also be used for career progression

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RTITB, the largest driver CPC Consortium in the UK, has said that driver CPC Periodic Training is frequently overlooked as a tool for professional LGV drivers to progress their careers.

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Scania hit with £770m price fixing fine

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European regulators have given Scania, one of the world's biggest truck manufacturers, a £770 million fine for their part in a price fixing cartel.

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Ford Looks at Self Driving Trucks

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Ford are considering using self-driving vehicle technology in larger commercial vehicles a senior Ford executive told Reuters on Tuesday.

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Slight Growth for New Van Market in July

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The new van market saw slight growth of 1.1% in July

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Put you van on a diet

Finesse Poly-line

A new tough and very light ply lining is out and could help vans reduce substantially their fuel bill.

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Cost of crossing the Severn bridges cut from today

For the first time ever, the cost of crossing to and from Wales using the Severn bridges has been cut for car drivers, van operators, heavy good vehicles (HGVs) and coaches as of 8th January 2018. The Severn bridges were handed over to public ownership at midnight, with crossings now VAT exempt.

Capels offering Christmas gift to all customers this December

From Monday 4th December 2017, Capels Van Centre, is offering 6 months FREE road tax with all used vans purchased until January 2nd 2018.

Rise in car tax evasion 'extremely concerning'

Recent government figures have highlighted a rise in the number of unlicensed vehicles on British roads, which the RAC believes is 'extremely concerning'.

Motoring accidents including dashcam evidence triple in 2 years

New research has found that the number of motoring insurance claims involving evidence from dashcam has more than tripled in two years.

Recent ruling highlights confusion surrounding commercial vehicle classification

A recent tribunal has highlighted the need for HMRC to clarify how it classifies company vans and cars.

Driver CPC should also be used for career progression

Scania hit with £770m price fixing fine

Ford Looks at Self Driving Trucks

Slight Growth for New Van Market in July

Put you van on a diet

vGroup has created a new type of lining for vans that cut off a lot of weight.

Nissan EVs arrive at Portsmouth Naval Base.

48 electric Nissan Vans have been leased to support operations at the base by BAE.

Van racking conversion demand is up.

The SMMT (Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders) announced that as a result of the rising number of vans on the road, the demand for van conversion is soaring.

Kwik-Fit promotes new services

Car maintenance company will promote two new services at the Commercial Vehicle Show in Birmingham this April

Ford to launch new diesel F-150

America's best-selling pick-up truck for 40 years finally gets a diesel version

Driver at courrier firm prosecuted for falsification

Beware drivers! You are responsible for your documents, this story proves it.