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News - UK government urged to remove stealth diesel tax exemption for commercial second engines

October 19, 2017
Almost two thirds (62%) of UK citizens would support a government move to end a stealth tax exemption for diesel used in smaller second engines of commercial vehicles. This is according to the clean cold technology company Dearman. The survey of 1,000 adults in the UK showed that almost three quarters (72%) are already aware that certain emissions from a diesel engine are much more harmful to people...
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HGV Class 1 C+E Job Opportunity - Castleford, West Yorkshire

October 18, 2017
Driving Plus have teamed up with one of the leading names in the logistics industry and are delighted to be able to offer successful drivers a long term ongoing assignments in Castleford. This is a very exciting opportunity to come and work on one of the most desirable contracts in West Yorkshire.   As well as a great rates of pay and the opportunity of ongoing work, each successful...
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News - Changes to HGV Driving Hours Fines

October 11, 2017
Changes to fines for HGV drivers who drive tired will soon come in to affect. The rules will be changed so that a HGV driver can be fined for each time they have breached driver hours within the last 28 days. As a HGV driver you must follow the HGV drivers hours regulations and take your required breaks. At the moment DVSA can fine drivers up to £300, have their vehicles immobilised or...
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HGV Class 1 C+E Job Opportunity - Normanton

October 10, 2017
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a full time professional HGV Class 1 drivers to work for one of the largest automotive contracts in the UK, delivering car parts to car manufacturing facilities. Driving Plus are delighted to be given this exciting opportunity to work in partnership with DHL, at their very busy site based out of Normanton, West Yorkshire. Our client continues to be one...
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News - MAN presents its new van and truck products for 2018

October 09, 2017
The well-established, Munich-based company is expanding its selection, becoming a full-range provider. The light commercial vehicles with the lion emblem on their grille have fully rounded off MAN’s product portfolio since April this year. This will expand future business to include transport tasks involving permissible gross weights between 3 and 44 tonnes. Offering a large number of new items...
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