Author: Emma

Government insurance guarantee boosts truck firms

Struggling road haulage firms are in line to benefit from the government’s new £10bn insurance guarantee to protect firms during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Summarised: Government guidance for people who work in vehicles

Working at home has never been an option for lorry drivers. Obviously. What that means, then, is that employers must do everything they can to protect their workers by minimising the risk of COVID-19.

NEXT UP NURBURGRING FOR THE APOLLO TYRES DIGITAL TRUCK

Brereton, still getting used to simulator racing, had explosive starts in both races but suffered a number of racing incidents to record tenth place finishes in both races.

Lorry drivers exempt from new UK quarantine rule

Fortunately, to ensure the supply of goods is not disrupted, quarantine does not apply to lorry drivers.

Tragic incident prompts change in HGV driver training

A fatal incident involving a pedestrian and a heavy goods vehicle has prompted a change in driver training in the UK.

Truckers take umbrage with extra cyclists on the road

Let’s talk cyclists for a minute. Some lorry drivers have reported they’re seeing more of them on the road right now as people look for ways to avoid public transport and get some exercise. But this in itself is causing a few safety problems.

Virtual truck racing championship to kick off on Sunday the 24th of May

When the FIA ETRC (European Truck Racing Championship) announced this year’s championship would be postponed until the end of 2020, our hearts skipped a beat, as we were looking forward to seeing trucks fighting each other to reach the pole position. But all is not lost as a virtual truck racing championship is starting from this Sunday the 24th of May. The virtual truck racing season will f...

Mental Health Solutions joins the #LoveLogistics campaign

It is with immense pleasure that we announce that Mental Health Solutions is joining #LoveLogistics, our campaign to support and thank the industry for the great job they are doing.

Covid-19 and its impact on etruck development

The impact of the global pandemic will be felt for years to come as businesses and industries struggle to overcome its economic impact.

Hauliers forced to park fleets as work dries up

Almost half (46%) of haulier’s lorries in the UK have been taken off the road since the coronavirus outbreak started.

You can now apply with your phone to enter the Euro Tunnel

As you might know, to transit through French territory is required a paper certificate. This announcement follows the implementation of the Prime Minister’s instruction regarding the decisions made to tackle the spread of Covid-19.

In the face of a global crisis, truckers need to keep on trucking

While many businesses had to shut down offices and many employees are working from home, not all jobs work like that. Driving a truck, for example.