Stress created in the workplace is the main reason fleet drivers have accidents on the road.
A trucker has been videoed executing a rather unorthodox – but highly effective – way of unloading items from the back of his trailer.
A group of European giants including Nestle and Unilever is calling on Brussels to help them tackle the problem of road freight emissions.
When the news broke last year that 39 people had been found dead in the back of a refrigerated trailer in the UK, there was an overwhelming feeling of revulsion, not least amongst the road transport industry.
As someone who drives a vehicle for a living, you’ll know how often road legislation can change.
Driver retention has long been a problem for the trucking industry.
Have you seen the video of an Amazon truck being blown off the road in high winds?
When Elon Musk unveiled Tesla’s first electric pickup truck, things didn’t quite go to plan.
There’s not much cause to celebrate in the event of a traffic accident.
Some songs are more dangerous to listen to behind the wheel than others.
The road freight industry has a lack of digitisation across large parts of the market and this is leading to fragmentation and low visibility into operations.
Trucks are the lifeblood of our existence – they get food on shelves, petrol to pumps, and building materials to construction sites.