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News - Pie announces London Lorry Route Approver App for safer, more efficient, compliant HGV journeys

February 07, 2018
Pie, the tech company bringing end-to-end visibility to fleet management solutions, today announced it will launch its official, digital London Lorry Route Approver (LLRA) app, next month. The LLRA app will sync direct with Pie’s popular LLRA routing engine, currently the most up to date and comprehensive HGV routing system available. The announcement is the first major product update...
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HGV Class 1 C+E Job Opportunity – Crick

February 05, 2018
In partnership with one of the world’s leading logistic providers, Driving Plus, the On-Site HGV driver division of the Staffline Group, are looking for experienced HGV Class 1 drivers to work at their busy distribution centre based in Crick. Successful applicants will be rewarded with excellent pay and working conditions, as well as long term ongoing work with flexible working options and...
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HGV Class 1 C+E Job Opportunity – Bracknell

February 01, 2018
Driving Plus, the On-Site HGV driver division of the Staffline Group, have been awarded to work in partnership with one of the UK’s biggest food retailers, providing HGV Class 1 drivers to their high street retail contract, based out of Bracknell, Berkshire. This role enables us to provide successful drivers with long term regular work, with 5 days per week, on either AM or PM shifts...
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News - Intelligent cat’s eyes to improve road safety

January 31, 2018
Intelligent cat’s eyes, which light up in response to changing traffic lights, are to be used for the first time at a motorway junction to improve safety. Highways England is installing around 170 of the innovative LED road studs at one of England’s busiest motorway junctions – used by over 90,000 vehicles every day. The intelligent cat’s eyes are being introduced...
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News - New Report urges reform of HGV Road User Levy

January 25, 2018
A major new report released today (24 January) suggests that the Government should reform the HGV road user levy, ensuring that taxes raised by the scheme shift to a flexible “per-distance” cost which also takes into account a vehicle’s journey (motorways or country lanes), its size, CO2emissions, congestion on the network, as well as its ownership (whether an independent, SME or...
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