Vans without an MoT Can Receive Scrappage Bonus

The Government has agreed that vans with MoT certificates that have recently expired within the previous fortnight will qualify for the scrappage scheme. This saves the cost of running a newly expired van through a test just to srcap it days later.

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Ford’s Slow Start Scuppers Scrappage

Ford has delayed the start of its involvement in the UK vehicle scrappage scheme, saying there are a number of matters still to be resolved.

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LDV Back on Track by July

According to Malaysian company, Weststar, there is now a concrete confirmation that they have entered into an agreement with GAZ to buy LDV. It is still, however, subject to due diligence, financing and various approvals.

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Mitsubishi Fuso Shakeup

Shockwaves from Daimler’s announcement that it is to restructure their Mitsubishi Fuso arm have already been felt in the UK with job losses within the Fuso brand already announced.

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HPI warns dealers to look out for stolen V5s

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5,300 Caddy Deal for VW

The durability and competitive whole life costs of the Volkswagen Caddy van, together with the professional support from its Corporate Fleet team, have won Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles its biggest fleet order ever for 5,300 vehicles.

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Drop in HGV traffic highlights need for urgent action

The Freight Transport Association (FTA), has urged the Government to look at its own figures – showing that heavy goods vehicle (HGV) traffic dropped significantly in the last year – and scrap the fuel duty hike it has planned for September.

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A new 150 vehicle supersite has been opened in Neasden, North London, by used van and truck specialist Broadway Motor Company.

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