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    Hermes trials self-driving robots in London

    Hermes trials self-driving robots in London

    30/05/2017
    Hermes is launching a new trial of self-driving delivery robots in London. In partnership with Starship Technologies, the consumer delivery firm will soon test a number of parcel collections in the London borough of Southwark. The trial follows on ...Discover more
    BVRLA opposes London's Direct Vision scheme

    BVRLA opposes London's Direct Vision scheme

    30/05/2017
    The trade body for the vehicle rental and leasing industry has opposed Transport for London’s proposal for a new Direct Vision Standard for trucks entering London from 2020.  Responding to TfL’s online consultation, the British Vehic...Discover more
    BVRLA calls for tougher MOT regime for large vans

    BVRLA calls for tougher MOT regime for large vans

    30/05/2017
    The British Vehicle Rental & Leasing Association is urging the Government to reconsider the frequency of MOT tests for some light commercial vehicles.  The BVRLA supported the Government’s proposal to extend the period for the first M...Discover more
    Private testing makes sense, but safety 'must come first'

    Private testing makes sense, but safety 'must come first'

    30/05/2017
    Allowing exemplary commercial vehicle operators to test their own vehicles makes sense, but the Freight Transport Association warns that safety standards must be a priority.  The Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency has released its five-year ...Discover more
    Mercedes-Benz Transport 2|2017

    Mercedes-Benz Transport 2|2017

    16/05/2017
    A Special Case Dedicated international express delivery firm The Special Carrier had never bought a new van, preferring instead to deal with the rapid expansion and contraction of client demand by spot renting its vehicles then returning them to the...Discover more
    Too many fleets keep 'old van in the yard'

    Too many fleets keep 'old van in the yard'

    19/04/2017
    Too many fleets keep ‘an old van in the yard’ that represents a massive Health and Safety risk, it has been claimed.  Fleet software provider, FleetCheck, says it regularly encounters businesses – especially larger SMEs &ndash...Discover more
    Van Experience LIVE 2017

    Van Experience LIVE 2017

    19/04/2017
    We currently offer some of the most technologically advanced vans on the road, backed by one of the most comprehensive support packages around. But we don’t just want to tell you about them. We want you to experience them for yourself – a...Discover more
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