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Out Now: Commercial Motor 28 February

  • 28 February 2013
  • By Ashleigh Wight

The week’s issue of Commercial Motor is out today (28 February). This week, CM speaks to the new man at the top of Suttons Group, along with former MD Andrew Palmer about his retirement.

This week’s issue also includes:

  • CM tests the new and improved Iveco Daily and looks at how it compares to the competition.
  • What are the pros and cons of a proper yard shunter? Do operators think it is a luxury they can live without?
  • Capital Investment: operators got a helping hand when the government raised the Annual Investment Allowance in last December’s Autumn Statement.
  • CM looks at what you can expect from this year’s CV show.
  • A North East haulier has its O-licence revoked after one of its vehicles loses two wheels while on the road.
  • The latest news: senior traffic commissioner Beverley Bell tells hauliers that they much support drivers through their CPC, Mercedes-Benz and three dealers are fined by the OFT for breaching competition law, the Department for Transport relaxes cabotage rules for car transporter firms and waste meat hauliers are told that not all products are exempt from EU drivers’ hours rules.

All this plus much more in this week’s issue of Commercial Motor, out today (28 February). Subscribe now to receive 25% off the cover price.


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