The UK Government’s innovative new digital system “to minimise disruptive roadworks” will soon help drivers to plan a better journey.
Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) examiners will routinely check lorries they stop at the roadside for emissions cheat devices.
ULEZ to go ahead in 9 months and be expanded in 2021 London Mayor Sadiq Khan has ignored industry calls and gone ahead with making central London an Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) – requiring Euro 6 for coaches and buses – in just 10 months time.Details
West Yorkshire Combined Authority has now given conditional approval to an application for high speed train Leeds-London with the university funding.
The new MOT changes to public service vehicle (PSV) & large goods vehicle (LGV) test rules that could make it harder for these vehicles to pass.
Manchester Airport will start charging for terminal drop-offs – and the decision has sparked heated debate.
New law means there will now be a fixed penalty fine for drivers who drive in closed lanes on the new stretches of smart motorway scattered across the country.
If you drive a lorry, bus or coach, you will know that you must follow rules on how many hours you can drive and the breaks you need to take. DVSA is changing fines for lorry, bus & coach drivers next month.
MOTORISTS in Sutton Coldfield Birmingham have been warned that they can be fined £100 and three penalty points for being caught parking on the pavement.
Highways England said motorists ignoring red X signs on overhead gantries is “dangerous”.