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No-deal Brexit will be 'catastrophic' for logistics businesses, warns FTA

No-deal Brexit will be 'catastrophic' for logistics businesses trading with EU, FTA warns

Government needs to prioritise separate agreements on international road transport and aviation to allow truck and planes to keep moving after Brexit, says Freight Transport Association

RHA truck cartel claim could top £5 billion

European truck manufacturers' cartel: RHA claim could top £5 billion

UK transport operators could be in for a possible windfall of more than £6,000 for every 6-tonne and above vehicle they bought or leased between 1997 and 2011.

Evidence wanted to assess impact of emissions from brakes, tyres and road wear

Government assesses impact of emissions from brakes, tyres and road wear

Government issues Call to Evidence regarding the impact tyres and brakes have on air quality and the environment.

Driver satisfaction rates with services masks commercial drivers’ concerns

Driver satisfaction rates with motorway services masks commercial drivers’ concerns - FTA

Research published earlier this week into the UK motorway services network showing high satisfaction rates hides the concerns of commercial drivers, the Freight Transport Association has suggested.

Permit legislation won’t save hauliers after a ‘no-deal’ Brexit, warns RHA

Permit legislation won’t save hauliers after a ‘no-deal’ Brexit, warns RHA

Contingency legislation for UK lorries to continue operating abroad won’t save hauliers from going bust if there’s a ‘no-deal’ Brexit, the Road Haulage Association has warned.