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 feature 8 events and is only open to full-season entrants of the FIA ETRC and will also see ETRC drivers who have been granted a special entry.The truck racing drivers that were supposed to race in the real-life event, will compete against each other in the already famous video game by Nintendo. The virtual races will take place on Sundays with the first round being held on 24 May at the Hungarorin...[Read More]
The UK government has moved to clear up the issue surrounding drivers whose vocational licences are set to expire during 2020.
Scania is sending out its hospitality trailer to serve complimentary refreshments to the truck drivers.
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.
Transport companies should look to add more women to their workforce to improve safety, according to researchers at the University of Westminster.
Truckers were recently called “first responders” by the CEO of an industry group in the US. After all, they’re carrying essentials around the country, ensuring everybody is fed and watered during the coronavirus crisis.
Truckers are having to make some significant sacrifices at the moment, with many working long hours to keep supply chains flowing during the coronavirus crisis. One driver even missed his daughter taking her first steps.
Like every industry, logistics and transportation is facing big changes due to the coronavirus pandemic, and as with all change, this brings both risk and opportunity. We’re all well aware just how important logistics is at this challenging time, with workers putting in some serious hours to keep supply chains flowing – often putting themselves at risk. But, we think the sector doesn’t always get the credit it deserves. That is why Fleet Speak, in collaboration with Connected2, are taking a stand and launching the #LoveLogistics campaign to show everybody that logistics matter. We want people to know the great job these people are doing to allow everyone to be safe in their homes, with food on their tables. We want to show the respect and support these essential workers deserve, no...[Read More]