New research has revealed that drivers consider potholes in roads to be a more serious concern than drink-driving or texting while behind the wheel.
Despite the concerns about post-Brexit delays at Dover, most truck drivers are border ready.
HGV drivers are being urged to remain vigilant as the number of cargo thefts continues to rise.
A new government-funded report has recommended that the drink-drive limit in England and Wales is lowered. Increased alcohol consumption coupled with reduced traffic-police numbers during the pandemic mean tougher rules surrounding drink-driving are required, reports Auto Express.
Wondering how to become an HGV driver? As well as finding HGV driving jobs and getting your licence, you’ll also need to navigate a job interview. It can be a nerve-racking experience, but with lots of preparation, you can become an HGV driver faster than you think.
It’s time to dispel those misconceptions…
If you’re thinking about starting your career as an LGV or HGV driver, you’ve got an exciting journey ahead of you. But you’ve also got to work out exactly what kind of vehicle you want to drive. A common question that we’re often asked is ‘what’s the difference between an HGV and LGV?’
What is it about car manufacturers and their fascination with trucks? You’ve got Mercedes-Benz which is the sister company of Freightliner. Volkswagen is about to buy Navistar. And then there’s Tesla’s semi-truck. This ongoing interest has clearly got fleet management review site FleetLogging thinking. Running with that theme, they’ve imagined what supercar brands would look like as trucks. Of course, we’re unlikely to see a Ferrari super-truck on the road any time soon, but trucks are about to undergo a dramatic makeover as they transition from diesel to electric and hydrogen models. Think sleek, aerodynamic and much quicker moving off from traffic lights. Whether you’re a fan of racing cars or racing trucks, here’s a roundup of what FleetLogging came up with… Aston Martin The name Aston ...[Read More]