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18/05/2018

First oils launched under new Texaco Delo branding

A reformulated Texaco engine oil product is one of the first to be launched in Europe under a new Delo branding from corporate parent Chevron.

Delo 400 MGX SAE 15W-40 replaces Ursa Ultra LE SAE 15W-40 and is intended for both low- and high-sulphur diesel fuels (10-5,000 ppm). The synthetic oil is designed for mixed fleets using both on-and ...
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18/05/2018

Reading Buses renews with MiX

Reading Buses has renewed its contract with MiX Telematics for a further ...
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18/05/2018

Operator weighs in with FH-540

Heavy transport operator John Somerscales has taken delivery of two new ...
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18/05/2018

EC to curb HGV emissions

The European Commission has published its first ever CO2 emissions ...
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17/05/2018

Ten new trucks for Ultra Tough

Glass supplier Ultra Tough has upgraded its fleet with ten Euro VI DAF ...
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17/05/2018

Dennis Eagle unveils eCollect

Dennis Eagle is unveiling its new electric refuse collection vehicle in ...
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17/05/2018

Series E hybrids on the road

Go-Ahead London has taken delivery of the first 39 Enviro400H double-deck ...
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16/05/2018

GBM weighs in with first Volvo

Demolition and waste management company GBM UK has taken delivery of its ...
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16/05/2018

ACEA analysis of truck safety

Cameras and sensors in trucks are 50% more effective in preventing road ...
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Features
08/05/2018

London's low-carbon electric bus garage

A year after converting the world’s first bus depot from diesel to electric outside of China, Go-Ahead Group’s Waterloo Bus Garage racked up a million electric miles by February. Will Dalrymple visited

As the one-acre site behind Waterloo train station in south London has such a central location, it’s no wonder that it has been swept up in the ...
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08/05/2018

The DVSA's 2017 test drive

In the aftermath of the VW diesel emissions scandal, DVSA tested petrol cars and diesel vans, trucks and buses in 2017. Its report has just been published.
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08/05/2018

Going the extra miles

Rising from obscurity, the series hybrid is viewed by some people as the most flexible means of complying with the inevitability of zero emissions zones. Peter Shakespeare reports
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08/05/2018

Seen at the CV Show

With little truck news this year, the focus shifted to LCVs and supporting technologies. Will Dalrymple was there
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