Leeds City Council is to launch a second funding round after a mistake left hauliers ineligible for grants to help them update their fleets before the city’s clean air zone (CAZ) launches next year. Hauliers based in or operating within Leeds were invited to apply for grants of up to £16,000 to upgrade or retrofit their vehicles in March this year. The application deadline was 15 April. However last week Leeds City Council’s Clean Air team wrote to hauliers who […]
No vans are involved in a recall of 15,000 Renault vehicles the French manufacturer has announced as a result of recent concerns over their emission levels, a spokesman for the company has told Motortransport.com.
The Treasury has very little idea about how it will manage declining fuel duty revenues as people move away from fossil fuels to cleaner alternatives, according to a damning new report from MPs.
Switching from diesel to natural gas will produce a 10% saving in CO2 emissions for a heavy truck running on motorways, according to trials carried out by IVECO at Millbrook.