HGV manufacturers are calling for an EU-wide introduction of 32 metre long high-capacity vehicles to help cut emissions. In a paper published this week the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) argued that high capacity vehicles, which are designed to carry twice as much freight as standard trucks, should be allowed to travel on designated parts of the EU road network. High-capacity vehicles in the form of European Modular System (EMS) combinations are already allowed in Belgium, Denmark, Finland, most German […]
New truck cab designs will include larger windscreens and have more streamlined bodies after MEPs passed a law to do away with ‘brick-shaped’ lorries.
The heads of Europe’s largest truckmakers are set to announce plans to halt the sale of diesel vehicles by 2040, a decade earlier than originally planned.
The UK’s automotive supply chain faces a huge shock in the event of a no-deal Brexit, warn associations
A no-deal Brexit will cause “massive logistical problems” in the automotive supply chain, with manufacturers facing a choice of either absorbing significant rising costs in the movement of vehicle parts or passing them on.