Buying and selling vans is something that happens on a pretty regular basis when you’re in the trade. There’s a lot of back and forth between vans, buying ones that are bigger or smaller depending on your needs that year and changing up whenever you reach a certain mileage.
Google’s Android Auto is an innovative new technology that aims to bring the power of smartphones into your vehicle’s infotainment (radio, sat nav, phonebook and traffic updates) unit. This new feature essentially turns your car’s touchscreen display unit into a full-on tablet, powered by Android 5.x Lollipop.
In a recent survey carried out by Auto Trader and Digital Radio UK, a large number of motorists where asked what they believed the future of driving would bring. The answers largely surrounded the increase in technology capabilities of their vehicles.
Ford have announced that they have had a comprehensive growth in their refrigerated vans in order to meet the needs of their customers. Over the last year this growth has been as high as 25 per cent in some areas of the UK, signalling changes in the economy and increases in both local and national food businesses.
Despite fears that the introduction of an ‘SOS black box’ encroaches the realms of ‘Big Brother’, the EU have approved a rule that will make it a standard feature of vehicles from 2018.
Volkswagen have been producing the Transporter very successfully since the 1950s and this year they’ve revealed their brand new model: the T6 Transporter.
In a twist upon normal vehicle theft, vans in the Cambridge area are being a target of opportunist thieves. But it isn’t the vans themselves that is the reason behind the criminal interest, but the precious metals that can be found in their catalytic convertors.
Fines are, unfortunately, a hazard of driving for a living, be it a speeding or parking fine. Speeding fines are always distributed to the driver of the vehicle, but something you may not know is that this is not the same for parking fines.