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The government is expected to announce a shake-up of the HGV driver testing process as soon as Thursday. It wants to fast track drivers into the haulage industry amid chronic shortages which have caused supply problems.
Six in 10 drivers (62%) think that all-lane-running smart motorway schemes should be scrapped entirely and the hard shoulder reinstated
Hy-Met Limited is poised to revolutionise the way in which vehicles can be sustainably and cost-effectively fuelled with hydrogen.
The Department for Transport has published an updated version of the Highway Code this month, with various changes affecting the haulage industry.
Unite, the UK’s leading union has warned that the government’s plans to continue to relax the maximum driving timing for lorry drivers, is dangerous, reckless and potentially illegal.SIGN UP TO GET THIS INFORMATION DELIVERED TO YOUR INBOX WEEKLY