If you work in the countryside or are required to travel to jobs in remote locations, you’ll love the latest announcement from Renault - the company is releasing off-road versions of some of its most popular van ranges!
The VW Transporter, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and Fiat Doblo Cargo took the major awards of the night for their size categories at this year’s Van Fleet World Honours in London.
Fancy driving a brand new Mercedes-Benz Sprinter through a challenging off-road course with no obligation to make a purchase? Well, you can at VanExperience Live 2016.
You want to take care of your van so it looks its best for as long as possible, but we all dread that time where we have to scrub the dirt off the back doors so they’re bright white again. And if you don’t, you’re bound to have ‘clean me’ or ‘dirty boy’ scrawled across the side the next time you park somewhere public.
As more and more companies are leasing, rather than buying their vans, it makes sense that they are on the lookout for further savings to be made. One of the suggestions that is often made is whether companies should still pay for traditional vinyl graphics or whether they should simply lease an alternative way of branding.
Despite it being due to be revealed at the Commercial Vehicle Show in Birmingham at the end of April, Toyota has given fans a sneak peek at what its brand new van will look like.
Does anything beat that new van smell? We think not! But other than having a sparkling new van, there are loads of extra benefits that come with purchasing your motor straight from the manufacturer. Not sure what benefits are associated with buying new? Here’s everything you need to know.
If you spend a lot of time driving your van around, you will probably get bored and be looking for ways to make your day more enjoyable. While playing on your smartphone while driving is illegal, dangerous and irresponsible there are a few Apps you can download that make your day to day a little bit easier.
One of the biggest complaints about van drivers is the distance in which they follow the car ahead of them - often tailgating even at high speeds. While the shorter front end of a typical van allows for a much better perception of the vehicle, the question has to be raised - why are stopping distances being ignored?
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