Industry News

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 »

Koller continues to shine with specialist wheelchair accessible vehicle products

Koller Engineering

Koller Engineering Ltd are specialists in the design and manufacture of wheelchair accessible vehicle products. Koller are leaders in this specialised market and have a comprehensive portfolio of products including; • Wheelchair Restraints and Wheelchair Occupant Restraints • Floor Rails • Removable mini-bus type Seat Fixings • Lightweight, Portable Ramps • Associated products Koller Engineering is recognised for its attention to ... Read More »

Derbyshire County Council cut spending by £450,000 by ‘orange peeling’ vehicle fleet

Derbyshire County Council

Local authorities including Derbyshire County Council fleets are being urged to search for savings to protect frontline services from cuts. The call comes after one local authority reduced spending by more than £450,000 by ending its policy of painting vehicles orange. Derbyshire County Council operates nearly 500 vehicles, of which 440 of them are painted orange, ranging from vans to minibuses ... Read More »