A leading industry training provider has urged drivers to continue with their dangerous goods (ADR) courses remotely after the DVSA ordered classrooms in Tier 4 areas to be closed and exams suspended to help control the spead of Covid-19. Speaking to motortransport.com, Vicky Corridan, owner of Corridans in North Lincolnshire, said: “I lead a single campaign to have ADR courses allowed via my virtual classroom. It’s what the DVSA now like to call remote delivery. This has been successful, having […]
FORS is reducing its annual subscription fee for members from next month in a move aimed at helping hauliers during the pandemic.
Pressure is mounting on the DfT and Treasury to ringfence the money raised by the HGV Road User Levy for the benefit of the road transport sector. The levy, which could begin in April 2014 if approved by Parliament, and will see operations pay a daily charge of up to a £10 or a maximum of £1,000 a year per truck to use of UK roads, is expected to raise net revenues of £20m. Almost all of this will be […]
UK shellfish hauliers have warned they stand to go out of business due to spiralling costs and a deluge of paperwork now that the country has left the EU.