With the Brexit transition period deadline of December 31st looming and still no firm decisions on travel and customs arrangements with the rest of the EU.
In our recent blog we looked at the reasons to pivot your courier fleet business to electric and the cost savings that you can benefit from, notably on insurance and road tax.
With the news that BlackRock is investing £89m in UK electric vehicle manufacturing group Arrival, the case for converting to EV becomes more compelling by the day.
It’s well-known that speeding and reckless driving can earn you significant penalty points on your driving licence, but are you aware of other problems which may incur endorsements?
It will soon be illegal for anyone to pick up and use their mobile phone while driving, closing a legal loophole that has often been exploited and allowed people to escape or incur a lesser punishment.
With Covid 19 restrictions still in place, car dealerships are having to offer unaccompanied test drives. Many motor trade insurance policies do not offer unaccompanied test drive insurance cover as standard.
Tyre related defects are reported to have killed or seriously injured 170 motorists annually, but research suggests that one-in-five drivers have never checked their tyre’s tread.
Supermarket and online shops are already gearing up for a busy food delivery Christmas season. If you are transporting perishable or valuable goods, you need to make sure your business is protected.