July 30, 2015 by Irvin Gray
The call for more regulation for UK van fleets continues to hit the headlines, but opinions remain sharply divided across the industry. Those who support the move highlight the potentially serious implications of a do-it-yourself approach to van safety while others remain resolutely sceptical about the need to burden companies with yet more legislative hoops […]
November 18, 2014 by Irvin Gray
More than 3.4 million vans currently navigate the UK road network and while they can rightfully be regarded as the workhorses of our economy – standards of professionalism continue to be scrutinised. But while critics air their concerns about the consequences of legislative regulation, the Freight Transport Association (FTA) has grasped the nettle and taken […]
December 5, 2013 by Irvin Gray
Companies should be doing all they can to ensure commercial vehicle drivers are safe on the road – and in doing so, costly overheads can be curbed. Read more and discover our latest research findings.
November 26, 2013 by Giles Margerison
Should commercial vans be regulated in the same way as larger vehicles above 3.5 tonnes? It’s a debate that’s boiling over within the fleet industry right now, where there’s a split between those who believe self-regulation is the way forward and those who think government regulation is the only way to ensure van fleets adhere to best practice.