Poor road conditions and a failure to open major routes after incidents has led to low levels of satisfaction among hauliers about how motorways and A-roads meet their needs. A report into the roads network managed by Highways England found just half (52%) of freight, logistics and delivery companies are satisfied. Many told Transport Focus, the watchdog behind the report, that the state of the roads is costing them money by pushing up their operating costs. They also said Highways […]
The FTA has warned its members that a hard Brexit may force them to rethink their business models.
A ban on lorries weighing more than 7.5-tonnes from driving through an Oxfordshire town has been revoked following a raft of complaints that HGVs were being diverted to other villages.
Police release footage of A1 HGV crash involving driver who fell asleep after drinking whisky and Coke at wheel
An HGV driver who drank whisky and then fell asleep at the wheel before colliding with the central reservation, has lost his licence.