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28/01/2022

Scania’s new Interlink urban/intercity bus

Scania’s new Interlink is mainly intended for use in urban environment and intercity traffic. It has new chassis and body and is said to offer fuel savings of up to 8%, alongside a range of specification options, safety features, uptime services and an updated driver area

New options include longer two-axle buses with increased passenger capacity ...
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28/01/2022

TruTac announces new MD

TruTac has promoted Jemma James to managing director, as Terry Ramsey ...
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27/01/2022

Volvo tractors chosen for fuel

Harrisons Transport has taken delivery of five new Volvo FH 460 with ...
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27/01/2022

Thorncliffe adds three DAFs

One of the largest independent builder’s merchants in North Wales and the ...
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26/01/2022

Shake up of Highway Code

With tougher penalties coming into force this week to ensure greater ...
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26/01/2022

Fleet software for Gregory

Gregory Distribution has been working closely with Freeway Fleet Systems ...
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25/01/2022

ADL aftersales in Ireland

Alexander Dennis Limited has appointed Gerry Lynch as regional service ...
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25/01/2022

Diamond Trucks in Warrington

Renault Trucks’ dealer for Northern Ireland, Diamond Trucks, has announced ...
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24/01/2022

Road safety opinion survey

The benefits of vehicle-mounted cameras and video technology have been ...
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Features
04/01/2022

Hydro-shift

Will hydrogen power keep the internal combustion engine alive? Richard Simpson visits a British company that is betting the farm on hydrogen as a diesel replacement

The case against using hydrogen as a substitute for diesel in internal combustion engines is a strong one, on paper at least. It retains all the inefficiencies and complexities of a ...
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04/01/2022

Drivetrain super saver

Scania's new drivetrain promises fuel savings of 8%, along with redesigned diesel internal combustion engine, transmission, emissions aftertreatment system and rear axles. Lucy Radley sorts through the heavy metal
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04/01/2022

Comment: My better self

Personal development is not easy. It often involves moving out of your comfort zone and doing something different. And because the activity is different, it is difficult. What’s worse, to be of any lasting value, it must be repeated ...
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04/01/2022

Operator costs review

There were reasons to be cheerful going into 2021, as operators looked forward to coming out the other side of the global pandemic. However, the world had other ideas. John Challen reviews operational data gathered by trade ...
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