As the claim culture in the UK shows no sign of abating, car and van manufacturers have been urged to consider the feasibility of fitting autonomous emergency braking (AEB) systems to their vehicles in a bid to cut the number of personal injury compensation claims, which are currently driving up the cost of motor insurance for UK customers.
125,000 people across Europe will feel a whole burning in their pocket following a week-long enforcement campaign against drivers and passengers neglecting to wear their seatbelts.
A recent motorway safety report produced by the Road Safety Foundation supports the view that England’s motorways are unfit for an 80mph speed limit.
A private ambulance fleet which services some of Britain’s leading sports events has chosen ATS Euromaster to maintain its fleet of blue-light vehicles.
In the inaugural Trade Van Driver awards, the Citroen Nemo has picked up the prize for ‘Best City Van’. The diminutive Citroen Nemo drove off with the title despite stiff competition from some of the other big names operating in this sector.
For sole traders, partnerships and small businesses, used light commercial vehicles (LCVs) can provide a life line, helping them to source functional transportation at relatively low cost. Many small businesses are now noticing a dearth in supply, causing many to worry about a potential increase in costs they are in no position to absorb.
Official details of the long awaited replacement to the Mercedes Vaneo have finally been released, with the Citan van due to make its grand market entrance at the Commercial Vehicle Show in Hanover this coming September.
With fuel prices on the rise, many small businesses and van insurance customers alike are being squeezed by costs they can no longer come to terms with. Aside from increasing their prices and decreasing their competitiveness as a result, methods of maintaining such high fuel costs are seemingly few and far between. Is a fuel duty stabiliser one way of counteracting prices which are currently only going one way?
One of the leading property management service companies in the south of England, Osbourne, has signed up with GreenRoad’s driver and fleet management service in a bid to reduce van insurance premiums and fuel costs. Osbourne currently runs its fleet of over 170 vans and drivers on one of the busiest and most congested road networks in the country and is hoping to improve levels of safety and cut costs across the fleet.
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