The van market is at last returning to some semblance of good health as its resurgence continues. To May, year-to-date van sales were up 13 per cent on last year’s figures.
With a nod to possible future legislation, Fiat has made its Electronic Stability Programme standard across all versions of its Ducato van, bringing it in line with safety requirements for new cars in the UK.
The EU Environment Committee has voted in favour of proposed legislation, put forth by UK Liberal Democrat MEP Chris Davies, to electronically limit the speed of new vans.
A friend in need is a friend in deed. Well as it turns out, if you’re driving a business van, then a friend in need could invalidate your insurance...
In a bid to reduce running costs and boost the operational efficiency of their vehicles, fleet managers are increasingly turning to telemetry systems as a method of managing their vehicles in a more intelligent way.
With fuel consumption such an issue for many van drivers, the stop-and-start function on the new Citroen Relay is expected to be a big hit with LCV customers.
Recent research carried out by the Freight Transport Association (FTA), has revealed the shocking statistic that half of all vans on UK roads which are more than three years old are unroadworthy.
The all new Mercedes Sprinter is expected to set the pace in its class in terms of fuel efficiency, emissions and safety when it goes on sale in June.
Despite the health warnings, smoking in the UK is still widespread, with millions of drivers enjoying a puff as they go about their business on the roads of the UK. Smoking is already against the law in the workplace, and for thousands of drivers this extends to the van they are driving — but for many, it still doesn’t stop them.
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