An HGV had its windscreen smashed by two teenage boys seen throwing items off a bridge over the A505 Baldock Bypass. The incident occurred on 25 August at around 2.45pm and caused so much damage the driver of the artic was unable to continue his journey. Police are now hunting the youths that threw the missiles. PC Zak Watson of Hertfordshire police said: “This is completely reckless behaviour and could have caused a collision to occur resulting in serious injuries […]
Employers in vehicle rental and leasing must take steps to ensure they are operating safely during the Covid-19 pandemic as businesses attempt to return to normality following lockdown, according to the BVRLA.
Hauliers that have been fined after stowaways were discovered in their trucks could be repaid after the court of appeal found the guidance relied on by Border Force was being used prescriptively.
Training to help HGV drivers avoid cargo theft launched by NAVCIS and surveillance experts AnteVorte
The National Vehicle Crime Intelligence Service (NAVCIS) has joined forces with surveillance experts AnteVorte Group to give HGV drivers training to avoid becoming victims of freight crime.