Operators will not see longer, more aerodynamic truck cabs for at least another seven years after the European Parliament and EU countries last month agreed to prevent the introduction of such cabs until 2022. The European Commission’s original proposals envisaged longer, shapelier cabs giving better crash performance, fuel-saving aerodynamics and more room for the driver and new technology could be available in 2017-18. But ACEA, the European vehicle manufacturers’ trade association, fought to ban their introduction until 2025. Cabs have […]
Senior decision makers in the UK logistics industry are backing Brexit on 23 June, according to an online poll conducted on Motortransport.co.uk. .
A road upgrade programme in Belfast, which was to be largely funded by the EU, has been put on hold following the referendum.