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The Department for Transport has issued some best practice guidance to help mitigate the threat of commercial vehicles being used as a weapon.
Every four years the BVRLA reviews the Fair Wear and Tear Standard and Guide for vehicles over 3.5 tonnes. The latest review is about to begin, and the association is inviting HGV members to join the working group.
Harmful NOx (nitrogen oxide) emissions from trucks have halved in the last five years, according to new government statistics.
With the support of Cox Automotive UK, the BVRLA attended the Commercial Vehicle (CV) Show at the NEC last week and was delighted to see so many members and colleagues from across the industry.
Transport for London (TfL) has issued a report in response to its previous consultation on Direct Vision Standard (DVS).
This year’s CV Show is expected to attract around 21,000 people from across the CV sector and the BVRLA is looking forward to welcoming commercial vehicle members to stand 4F03.
The BVRLA will be taking part in a panel discussion at the Greater Manchester Freight Forum on 25 April, where Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) will explore the issues and opportunities in the freight and logistics sector.
The new BVRLA Fair Wear & Tear Standard and Guide for Cars has been finalised and is ready to pre-order.
From 28 March 2019, trailers will need to be registered for international journeys.
The European Commission has proposed steps to allow UK hauliers to continue transporting goods into the EU and EEA without permits until 31 December 2019.
The BVRLA is hosting a webinar for rental and commercial vehicle members on Counter Terrorism and the Department for Transport’s Rental Vehicle Security Scheme.