Norfolk haulier Roger Warnes Transport said it was prepared to fight Parking Eye in court after it issued countless numbers of fines despite the company insisting it had paid for its parking. The bulk haulier has written to the parking firm’s chief executive requesting that the matter is resolved before the situation escalates and they face each other in court. Warnes’ operations director Ian Barclay told motortransport.co.uk that it had been receiving sometimes up to six parking charges a week […]
A company that failed to ensure two of its workers were sufficiently rested to work and travel safely before they crashed into a parked articulated lorry and died has been fined £450,000.
An HGV driver on the M40 was so distracted by his mobile phone he was unaware of two police cars with their blue lights flashing attempting to stop him.
Mansel Davies & Son (MDSL) has had its licence revoked after a director ordered a junior member of staff to falsify maintenance records in a “disgraceful” act to cover-up an absence of vehicle safety checks.