A court in Scotland has refused an appeal by an HGV driver jailed for drink driving after he claimed he should have been ordered to undertake unpaid work instead. Timothy Humphreys was jailed in January for six months after driving his artic for 20 miles along the A90 while more than four times over the drink drive limit. A motorist behind the HGV witnessed Humphreys drifting from lane to lane on the dual carriageway and on one occasion almost striking […]
Nick Hay has joined the board of tech start-up Connected2, which provides an Uber-style agency platform to the HGV driver market.
So, the government has another genius solution to wreck the transport industry further through changes to the cabotage rules. All these ‘solutions’ will not fix the industry, they will harm it further.
Tuffnells has pledged to guarantee anyone out of work because of COVID-19 an interview as it looks to hire more than 100 new warehouse workers and lorry drivers.