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News
27/08/2015

Pirelli backs IRTE Conference

Pirelli is sponsoring next month’s IRTE Conference (Chesford Grange, Kenilworth; 17 September) for the fifth year in succession.

Chris Evans, Pirelli's director of truck, says: "The IRTE is Britain's premier body for fleet engineers and is very well respected in the industry, which is why it makes complete sense for us to sponsor the event as a ...
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27/08/2015

40 second axle weighing

Commercial vehicle axle weighing specialist Axtec, which claims to deliver ...
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27/08/2015

Bliss happy with Volvo B8R

London-based coach hire company Bliss Travel has purchased its first Volvo ...
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27/08/2015

VW finance offers

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has announced new finance deals for its ...
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26/08/2015

40 Volvo FHs for James Kemball

Container haulier James Kemball has ordered another £3.5 million worth of ...
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26/08/2015

B&A picks Quarrymaster bodies

Waste management and aggregates business Bristol & Avon Group is extending ...
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26/08/2015

SFRS selects Citan vans

The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) has now deployed a fleet of 17 ...
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26/08/2015

Schmitz multi-temp fridge

Schmitz Cargobull will give the multi-temperature version of its flagship ...
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26/08/2015

MiX Telematics launches MyMiX

MiX Telematics has added MyMiX to its MiX Fleet Manager system – an app ...
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Features
04/08/2015

Tridem test

Industry’s demands on road haulage continue to push limits. Ian Norwell takes a look at two new tridem tractors: DAF’s XF 510 FTM Super Space Cab and Volvo’s FH-16 750 Globetrotter

Abnormal load movement specialists can either employ exotic chassis from custom bodybuilders, or go for beefed-up versions of mainstream trucks. There will always be ...
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04/08/2015

Stop on a sixpence

Advanced driver assistance systems – based on active, not just passive, safety – are already here and shortly to be mandated. Brian Tinham reports from Heyford Park on current and upcoming systems
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04/08/2015

Your greatest assets

The march of technology continues to iron out performance variations between drivers, but which systems should you use? And which approaches work best? Ian Norwell reports
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04/08/2015

Carbon rating

With the LCV 2015 exhibition and conference opening its doors next month at Millbrook, Brian Tinham examines the prospects for low-carbon vehicle technologies
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