Anti-pollution stickers: what are the obligations for transporters?
More than 250 European towns and cities have already implemented measures to restrict access to their centers, using various procedures. This is an update on these measures, since France has just implemented CRIT’Air, a mandatory sticker, subject to a fine for non-display, which distinguishes vehicles according to their pollution level. Who is affected? What steps should be taken by a fleet manager? Here are the answers to the questions asked.
The French Presidential elections – two distinct approaches to transport
The candidates, who have both made it through to the second round of the presidential elections, have differing views on business and transport. As we did for all of the candidates, we have summarised their positions below.
The largest region in mainland France, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, is considering a tax on foreign trucks. Wouldn’t this measure, which has already been implemented in certain European countries, represent a step towards the breakup of a common space…?
Following the election of Donald Trump and the United Kingdom’s Brexit vote in 2016, other political dates looming in 2017 could lead to increased protectionism, which would affect the road transport sector…
The specialist hauliers who move abnormal loads, need abnormal vehicles. Daimler trucks are among the specialist manufacturers. Ian Norwell reports from Alsace. They are a specialised breed, and so the number of trucks available for heavy haulage operators is not vast. In the past, beefier versions of existing trucks were pressed into service, and many compromises had to be made. For Mercedes-Benz, the advent of their Titan in 1996 brought a new level of truck tailored for the function.