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Out now: Commercial Motor 7 August

  • 07 August 2014
  • By Ashleigh Wight

Operators running trucks into and out of Scotland are awaiting the outcome of the Scottish Referendum next month. But what effect will it have on the industry? This week’s Commercial Motor, out today (7 August) looks at the impact a Yes vote could have and what still remains unknown.

Also in this week’s issue:

  • Wiltshire-based FS Gibbs Transport Services tells the story of its 60-year history.
  • CM puts MAN’s new D38 engine through its paces around the hills of Sierra Nevada.
  • How do operators really view the Driver CPC? With the deadline looming, we ask our operator panel for their opinions.
  • Operators share their thoughts about the issue of toilet access for drivers on customers’ premises.
  • TIP Trailer Services reveals what it has in store as it opens a new site in the North West.
  • In the news: the Road Haulage Association urges the government to act on the impending driver shortage, the Scottish Government assures operators it will be ‘business as usual’ if there is a ‘yes’ vote, and a driver who claims he was stabbed on the A14 admits his injuries were self-inflicted.

Make sure you pick up your copy of Commercial Motor at a newsagent or MSA today for all of this, plus the best used truck and trailer deals. Why not subscribe?


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