Post-Vote Brexit Survey: Last month UK voters made arguably the most momentous decision in the country’s post- Second World War history when they backed Brexit. This was something our previous poll found support amongst Motor Transport readers for with 54% of you in favour (slightly ahead of the national vote as it turned out). A lot’s happened since, so Motortransport.co.uk would like to ask you what effect, if any, exiting the EU is likely to have on your business and […]
UK transport companies have until December 2020 to plan for Brexit, the government said today after revealing a transition period between the UK and EU had been agreed.
Delegates at this year’s Microlise Conference were divided on whether exiting the EU would have a negative impact on the road transport industry, according to event figures.
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.