Leyland Trucks is to participate in a DfT project designed to help operators make the transition to battery electric vehicles. Scheduled for later this summer, the £10m trial will employ 20 DAF LF Electric 19-tonne rigids, together with the required charging infrastructure and data logging equipment. An interactive website will inform future fleet operator buying decisions, help stimulate the sale of battery electric trucks and guide operators on the costs and considerations involved. The project is part of the government’s […]
The UK’s first open access Bio-LNG filling station, a blend of liquefied natural gas and liquid biomethane, opened today (23 May) in Daventry.
The lead organisation overseeing the UK platooning trials has told motortransport.co.uk that the project is “very much still alive”, despite progress stalling due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Furlough rules are needlessly preventing thousands of HGV drivers from delivering personal protective equipment (PPE) to millions of nurses and doctors, according to the RHA.