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Scania P & L series reviewed

Scania P & L series reviewed

We put Swedish truck-maker's all-new L and top-selling P cabs to the test

New map reveals UK's riskiest roads

New map reveals UK's riskiest roads

DfT and police data used to paint surprising picture of the country's most dangerous highways

Scania halts V8 sales & deliveries due to supplier strike

Scania halts V8 sales & deliveries due to supplier strike

Scania has announced it is unable to fulfil its deliveries to customers of more than 2000 trucks ordered with V8 engines due to an ongoing strike

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  • Scania halts V8 sales & deliveries due to supplier strike

    Scania halts V8 sales & deliveries due to supplier strike

    5th July 2018

    Scania has announced it is unable to fulfil its deliveries to customers of more than 2000 trucks ordered with V8 engines due to an ongoing strike at one of its crucial suppliers of cast engine components New sales of industrial and…

  • Win a £700 Tamiya R/C Arocs tipper!

    Win a £700 Tamiya R/C Arocs tipper!

    26th April 2018

    Trucking has teamed up with Japanese model-maker Tamiya to give away an all-new Mercedes-Benz radio-controlled Arocs tipper truck to a lucky reader! In conjunction with The Hobby Company, Tamiya’s UK distributor, we’ve offering a stunning prize bundle of an Arocs…

  • Clamp fee climbs 275% in controversial Kent parking trials area

    8th February 2018

    The Department for Transport (DfT) has given Ashford Borough Council the green light to raise clamp release fees on HGVs by a whopping 275 per cent on a stretch of the A20 in Kent. The fees have increased from £40 to £150 in the controversial six-mile ‘parking…

  • Carbon targets “unachievable” without diesel vehicles

    Carbon targets “unachievable” without diesel vehicles

    8th February 2018

    A clampdown on diesel vehicles could result in the UK missing European environmental targets, according to a new warning issued by a vehicle data specialist. Experts from cap hpi, who have authored a new report which looks at the recent…

  • More than 100 hauliers caught cheating on emissions

    More than 100 hauliers caught cheating on emissions

    8th February 2018

    The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has announced over 100 haulage operators were found to have trucks fitted with emissions cheat devices at roadside checks between August and November 2017. Officers searched 3735 HGVs across five locations, where 293…