RHA welcomes Government pledge to improve HGV driver facilities

The RHA has welcomed a Government pledge to improve HGV driver facilities but says more needs to be done.

RHA calls for parking site to tackle lorries queuing into Dover

A parking site for lorries when there is disruption crossing the channel has been proposed by the RHA.

Calls for Government to help hauliers struggling with fuel prices

Rising fuel prices have led to calls for Government help for hauliers.

Hauliers push for a one-year delay on red diesel ban

Hauliers face higher costs when the red diesel ban comes into force on 1 April.

Just 4% of RHA members believe Driver CPC should remain in its current state

Just 4% of Road Haulage Association members believe Driver CPC should remain in its current state.

Fleets warned to be ready for Highway Code changes

Van and HGV drivers have been warned to 'get ready' for the new Highway Code changes that are coming.

PM urged to act on lorry driver shortage or face Christmas crisis

The haulage industry is warning the Prime Minister to act on resolving supply chain issues or face a Christmas crisis.

HGV driver numbers drop by 53,000

The number of HGV drivers in the UK fell by 53,000 in just four years, figures reveal.

HGV drivers wait three months for driving tests

HGV drivers in the UK are having to wait three months to sit a driving licence test.

Waitrose paying new HGV drivers more than its executives

Supermarket chain Waitrose is paying its HGV drivers more than some of its executives in a bid to recruit drivers in the current recruitment crisis.

Advice for recruiting new HGV drivers revealed

Logistics UK has published a guide to helping fund and recruit HGV drivers.

Army’s HGV drivers are put on standby to help in supply crisis

A looming food crisis has seen the government put the Army's HGV drivers on standby to deliver crucial supplies.