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Schaeffler is expanding its range of powertrain electrification solutions for commercial vehicles, making another key contribution to meeting climate and sustainability targets
Ford has launched ‘FORDLiive’ – a new connected uptime system designed to help Ford commercial vehicle operators increase their productivity by maximising vehicle uptime.
SKF is now testing a self-driving electric truck together with the tech company Einride, to transport goods on a public road between the factory and the warehouse in Gothenburg.
Specialist support-vehicle provider to the TV and film industry, Facilities by ADF, is expanding its exclusively DAF fleet with an additional 25 trucks
Half of all HGVs inspected in roadside checks by RSA Vehicle Inspectors and An Garda Síochána between 2018-2020 were found to have a roadworthiness defect.
Near-series prototypes of battery-electric trucks from Mercedes-Benz face snow and ice, both in everyday transport operation at customers and in intensive use on the test track.
Ford says it has developed new, first-of-its-kind electronic high-visibility panels, which do not rely on other light sources to be clearly visible in the dark.
Ford says that it is moving to be all-electric in Europe by 2030. The brand says by mid-2026, 100 per cent of its passenger vehicle and commercial ranges in Europe
The driver of a vehicle towing a trailer with “major defects which could cause serious injuries” has had both the vehicle and trailer seized by Gardaí.
Daimler, Iveco and Volvo have partnered with energy companies Shell and OMV to form ‘H2Accelerate’, an initiative which they say will help create the conditions for the mass-market roll-out of hydrogen trucks in Europe.
Harris Group’s Bus and Coach division has launched a concept for a fully kitted out Covid Mobile Testing and Vaccination Bus built on the award-winning Isuzu AOS Visigo midi coach.