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Out Now: Commercial Motor 27 June

  • 27 June 2013
  • By Ashleigh Wight

This week’s issue of Commercial Motor magazine is out today (27 June). Don’t forget to pick up your copy for the latest industry news, including reaction to the Vosa/DSA merger, legal advice and road tests.

This week’s issue includes:

  • Classic FH versus new FH: CM puts Karl Jones’ Volvos to the test to see which is the best workhorse for the timber haulier.

  • How does the Fiat Doblo Cargo XL compare with similar vans on the market? We take one out on the road ahead of its appearance at Commercial Motor Live this autumn.

  • What does CM’s operator panel think about hauliers that choose a pre-pack or CVA to save their business?

  • Hauliers suffer after two key financial subsidies are removed in the Channel Islands and the Western Isles.

  • Legal cases: a TC refuses a Hastings operator’s request for a second vehicle as it would interfere with residents’ comfort, a North Wales haulier is find after a worker falls from a forklift and the boss of a Kent haulier is given a 90-day sentence for environmental breaches.

  • In the news: ATF operators respond to Vosa’s decision to clamp down on sites that don’t meet minimum requirements, Barratlantic calls on the Scottish Government to protect hauliers in the Outer Hebrides, Mace orders its subcontractors to sign up to Transport for London’s Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (Fors) and Chinese firm HNA Group to by TIP Trailers from GE Capital.

For all this, plus hundreds of used truck and trailer deals and the next part in our free Operator CPC revision guide, make sure you pick up Commercial Motor magazine this week, available at newsagents and MSAs.

Or why not subscribe today?

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