Van owners who drive abroad could benefit from the new International Road Transport Guide, which has been published by the Freight Transport Association (FTA).
The number of vans on UK roads has increased by 40% in the past decade according to the Freight Transport Association (FTA); this sharp increase has lead to calls...
March 2010 saw a significant rise in the number of people purchasing vans in the UK. Paul Everitt, chief executive at the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) announced...
A new tax came into effect on 1 April 2010 which could leave those looking to purchase a new van out of pocket.
Recent years have seen an increase in the amount of fraudulent van insurance claims as the numbers of “crash for cash” cases rise. “Crash for cash” is the term used when a criminal causes an accident and makes it look like another driver’s fault.
The Department for Transports’ statistics show that traffic on Britain’s roads has risen by 25% in 15 years. This growing amount of traffic has lead to calls for more road pricing initiatives
Over the past day, the news has been filled with speculation that the price of petrol could reach £1.20 a litre across the UK in the space of a few weeks.
A new Government proposal has outlined plans to make it mandatory for people who drive as part of their job to take a vocational qualification to help improve safety on UK roads.
The UK, usually known for having some of the safest roads in Europe, has seen the recent harsh winter weather take its toll. The safety of British drivers is being compromised by the sudden increase in the number of potholes, which have been caused by the unusually cold winter that the UK has experienced this year.