Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) has announced it will delay its clean air zone (CAZ) rollout until Spring 2022. It also plans to slash the daily charge for non-compliant HGVS to £60, originally proposed at a level of £100. Older vans, meanwhile, will face a higher daily charge of £10 from the originally proposed £7.50, however they will not come into scope of the CAZ regime until the beginning of 2023. Manchester’s Category C CAZ spans across 10 boroughs and […]
Greater Manchester is asking for £98m of government funding to help local HGV, coach, van and minibus operators upgrade their fleets to Euro-6 standard ahead of the launch of its clean air zone (CAZ) in the spring of 2022.
Reynolds Logistics has agreed a refuelling deal with hydrogen provider NanoSUN.
The BVRLA has launched two new EV training courses tailored for those providing operational and technical support to business fleets and personal customers looking to switch to electric vehicles.