If there’s space in your van, you’re likely to fill it - are we right? Well, it may be worth stopping and thinking before placing that extra ladder on the roof rack or placing another mechanical tool in the back, because a new study has found 9 in 10 vans are overloaded.
This week, the Freight Transport Association (FTA) released the FTA Logistics Report 2016, which shows that the four million vans on our roads are a more important part of the UK economy than ever before.
Japanese manufacturer, Nissan has announced this week the release of the all-new NV300 work van as the latest addition to its commercial vehicle range.
Not only is it a legal requirement, but insuring your van could ensure you stay on the road and save mounds of cash in the long run. Why? Well, new research from AA Vehicle Inspections has found that more faults are found on vans than any other vehicle type.
The latest recorded figures reveal that there are now more vans being driven on UK roads than ever before.
If you‘re thinking of buying and insuring a van, then you should probably ensure you‘re legally allowed to drive it or you may get yourself into trouble.
Would you buy a driverless van or minivan for work or family-life use? Well, white van men may become a thing of the past if Google and Fiat Chrysler have anything to say about it. This week it was announced that the search engine giant and popular vehicle manufacturer are to build the very first ‘large’ self-driving vehicle.
Never mind Escalades or Limousines, the latest celeb trend that is taking the US by storm is pimped out Mercedes trade vans.