Vehicles

10 Warning lights – what is your van trying to tell you?

Warning lights flag up a number of problems with your vehicle from an oil shortage, to an engine fault, but...

Prime Minister pledges to look at a graduated licensing (GDL) scheme for young drivers

Prime Minister Theresa May has pledged to look at introducing a graduated licensing (GDL) scheme for young drivers – calling...

Why leasing and not buying vans is the best choice for installers

An installer’s van is a vital tool – as integral to their professional existence as their merchant account, Gas Safe...

Should drivers be punished for going just 1mph over the speed limit?

Drivers going just 1mph over the speed limit should be punished, a high-ranking police official has said. Chief Constable Anthony...

3 things tradespeople should consider when choosing their vehicle

Leasevan.co.uk has outlined the factors that tradespeople should consider when selecting a vehicle, and the options that are available. 1 –...

Price of petrol is highest since 2014 – says RAC Fuel Watch

Motorists begin 2018 paying the highest price for petrol since the end of 2014, RAC Fuel Watch data reveals. An analysis of...

Stelrad is helping installers fill up their vans with its new fuel voucher promotion

Stelrad radiators is celebrating the New Year with a promotion to help heating installers and plumbers fill up their vans....

71% of people would still want to drive their vehicle, even if it had self-driving technology

New research suggests that the majority of people would still want to drive their vehicle, even if it came with...

10 roads van drivers should avoid at all costs

They are some of the most experienced drivers on Britain’s highways but now new research has revealed which roads van...

Drivers checking social media behind the wheel is the biggest worry from other road users

New research about the attitudes and concerns of UK drivers has found the biggest worries are people updating social media or...