Lockdown is easing and non-essential shops are re-opening – but what does all this mean for lorry drivers and the road freight sector?
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.
Hauliers are calling for more government support after a survey showed the scale of the problems the industry is facing due to the Covid-19 lockdown.
a quarter (25%) of road users said car drivers and cyclists are behaving worse than before the outbreak.
have you ever thought about checking out some trucking YouTubers?
By taking a closer look at the condition and components of your fleet’s engine oil through oil monitoring, expert analysis can help highlight the early signs of problems within the engine.
We spoke to one Amazon delivery driver, who was recruited in April, to ask him how he feels he has been treated by the online retail giant throughout the pandemic.
There’s no point trying to dress it up: trucking used to be a man’s game. But, thankfully, things are starting to change.
The road haulage sector is keeping the UK running during the coronavirus crisis – but drivers could be forced off the road due to a lack of routine medical testing, the Road Haulage Association (RHA) has warned.