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Out tomorrow: Commercial Motor 20 February

  • 19 February 2014
  • By Ashleigh Wight

Why run a 550hp vehicle when a lower-spec one would do the job? Steve Walker of S Walker Transport reveals why it goes for high-spec trucks in this week’s issue of Commercial Motor, out tomorrow (20 February).

This week’s issue also includes:

  • Brewer Marston’s is expanding its own-account fleet to cope with increased demand for its products and services, including two Renault T Range tractor units;
  • The World Cup may tempt some of your staff away from work this year- find out what you should be doing to cope with absenteeism;
  • Dealer Sparks Commercials has completed a sales restructure to cope with the Euro-6 selling challenge;
  • Road tolls: is there a fairer way to pay for the UK’s roads?
  • Legal case of the week: A South Lanarkshire driver is suspended for nine months when 42 offences in 29 tachograph charts are discovered;
  • In  the news: Hauliers from over the UK do their bit to help Somerset flood victims, senior TC Beverley Bell says the industry needs to see more benefits from DVSA targeted enforcement, and the Transport Select Committee expresses concerns about volumetric mixers being regarded as engineering plant.

Don’t forget to get your issue in a newsagent or MSA tomorrow (Thursday 20 February) for all of this, plus hundreds of used truck and trailer offers. Or why not subscribe to get your issue delivered to you?


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