Author Archives: Fred James

ULEMCo have been awarded Government funding for hydrogen dual-fuel vehicles trial worth £1.3million

ULEMCo

ULEMCo has been awarded £1.3 million in Government funding to trial hydrogen dual-fuel technology to improve the use of cleaner fuels and electric vehicles. The Office of Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) aim is to reduce emissions and improve air quality throughout the UK which is why OLEV have offered funding of £20 million overall into programmes similar to this one. ... Read More »

Is the new Mercedes-Benz Vision Van Concept the future of commercial vehicles?

Mercedes-Benz Vision Van

Mercedes-Benz Vision Van may be the next big development, but Mercedes-Benz have always been an outgoing company who love to showcase high-end, extravagant vehicles and products but when it comes to the future, they probably have the most outlandish designs and concepts circulating at the moment, but we are sure to see in the near future what other manufacturers are ... Read More »

Kwik Fit will reveal two new services at this year’s CV Show

Kwik Fit

Kwik Fit has revealed that they are set to promote two new services at this year’s Commercial Vehicle Show at the NEC in Birmingham. The two services will be known as ‘Mobile7’ and ‘Fleet Web Booking tyre facility’. After extending its reach into the vehicle servicing and MOT segment Kwik Fit saw fit to increase its penetration into the Light ... Read More »

Order books open for Mercedes-Benz X-Class

Mercedes-Benz X-Class

Mercedes-Benz haven’t been involved in the pick-up market in a good while leaving this to be one of the gaps it needed to plug, in order to be able to offer complete customer flexibility the Mercedes-Benz X-Class is just around the corner. But of course, Mercedes have done so in style with their concept pick-up, the Mercedes-Benz X-Class which is ... Read More »

Make an easy £10 using mobile phone self ticketing app I-Ticket

I-Ticket

A new mobile phone app created by UK Car Park Management (CPM) called I-Ticket is offering money to people who are willing to become amateur parking wardens and take photographs of offending vehicles. The private car park enforcement firm CPM is offering it’s users £10 to submit a photo of a car and their number plate that is parked on ... Read More »