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News
02/10/2014

Iveco delivers a view of the future with the Vision LCV

Iveco is showcasing a concept commercial vehicle at IAA Hanover (25 September to 2 October 2014) called Iveco Vision, designed for door to door delivery operations.

The environmentally-friendly light commercial vehicle brings together Iveco's Dual Energy technology – unveiled at the 2012 IAA event – with a hi-tech frame, body, interior and ...
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02/10/2014

Texa takes top workshop spot

Workshop equipment supplier Texa has taken top spot in a competition to ...
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02/10/2014

CPL bags benefits with Isuzu

Solid fuel supplier CPL Distribution has extended its 90-strong fleet with ...
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01/10/2014

Record Arocs deal for Hopkins

Hopkins Concrete has placed an order for 50 Mercedes-Benz Arocs trucks – ...
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01/10/2014

Dual clutch launch from Eaton

Eaton has developed a new line of medium-duty dual clutch transmissions ...
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01/10/2014

DfT and LowCVP for RED 2020

A transport energy task force established by DfT (Department for ...
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01/10/2014

Top prize for trailer control

Knorr-Bremse and TIP Trailer Services have scooped a top innovation prize ...
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Features
28/08/2014

When times change, the trick is different thinking

So there's good news and bad news. The DVSA (Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency) is cutting costs at ATFs – Authorised Testing Facilities – by 3.5%, but it's raising fees at its own testing stations by 18.5%. Why? DVSA says that operators using ATFs should not have to contribute towards the upkeep of the government's estate.

Back on the good ...
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28/08/2014

Alternative fuels

Despite the lack of proven Euro 6 dual-fuel engine conversions to date, the alternative fuels industry continues to accelerate. Brian Tinham reports
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28/08/2014

Reality check

Vehicle engineering concepts that explore the edge are always interesting. Some may come to be seen as follies, but others will change the world. Ian Norwell reports from Berlin and Daimler Trucks' newly unveiled Future Truck 2025
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28/08/2014

Early diagnosis

Troubleshooting electrical and electronic problems on commercial vehicles requires a structured, but also a computer-assisted approach. Toby Clark looks at the role of diagnostics
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