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60% of van drivers think they’re made a scapegoat for poor driving

Nearly two-thirds (60%) of van drivers believe they’re made a scapegoat for perceived poor driving standards on UK roads, new...

The MarXman pen could save installers “so much time and frustration”

It’d be hard to find an installer who says their favourite part of the job is marking holes. It can be...

5 top tips to prepare your van for winter

The Indian summer was fun while it lasted but make way for the hats, scarves and wellies because winter is...

The science behind deaeration and what it means for heating systems

In the final instalment of Spirotech’s three-part blog series, Spirotech’s Kevan Peaker takes a more scientific look at deaeration and...

More drivers are getting penalty points for defective tires

New analysis by Kwik Fit reveals that defective tyres account for a growing proportion of the total penalty points received...

6 top tips for installers selling smart controls

Simon May, Product Manager at Drayton, offers his top tips to installers for selling smart controls: Selling smart thermostats to...

Top 4 reasons for installers to consider a cylinder when specifying a heating system

Worcester, Bosch Group’s Martyn Bridges looks at the top reasons installers should consider the latest high efficiency cylinders when they specify a heating...

Commercial Vehicles: Should installers hire, buy or lease? 

When looking to acquire a new vehicle for your business, it can often be difficult to determine which option is...

Should plumbers help educate consumers about what not to flush down the toilet?

Xylem is calling on plumbers to help educate consumers about what not to flush down the toilet amidst growing concern...

4 in 10 drivers admit to ignoring 20mph speed limits

Four in ten (40%) of drivers admit they sometimes travel at 30mph or more where there is a limit of...