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Out now! Commercial Motor 20 December issue

  • 20 December 2012
  • By Ashleigh Wight

The latest issue of Commercial Motor magazine is out today (20 December), packed with the latest industry news, features and need-to-know legal advice.

Pick up this week’s festive issue today, which includes:

  • Saints Transport- not just for Christmas: The Heathrow-based firm is well-known for its colourful Christmas lights which can be seen from the M25. CM talks to vice-chairman Piers Carroll about how the firm has grown over the years, along with the light display.
  • America’s forgotten trucks: CM editor Will Shiers travels across the Atlantic in search of America’s abandoned trucks.
  • Running the RHA: CM editorial director Justin Stanton chairs a Road Haulage Association management meeting to see how it’s run.
  • Keeping it stable: why firms that operate lorry-mounted cranes should use stabilising equipment to avoid vehicles tipping over.
  • What’s in a name? CM looks at the stories behind the some of the strangest names in road haulage and how it has helped them stand out from the crowd.
  • All the latest industry news: Lack of commitment to Driver CPC could increase the risk of having your O-licence curtailed, a Newcastle operator says that the Tyne Tunnels toll is too much, the Stobart/Tesco dispute is resolved and financial standing levels to fall from 1 January.

All this and much more only in this week’s issue of Commercial Motor. Pick up your issue at a newsagent near you, or subscribe to receive 25% off the cover price for a whole year.


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