Posts Tagged ‘Road Haulage Association’

  • RHA says sat-nav choice a matter of common sense

    on Jan 29, 17 • in General News, News, UK News • with Comments Off on RHA says sat-nav choice a matter of common sense

    The Road Haulage Association is suporting the view of the Local Government Association that satellite navigation systems, designed for cars, are not suitable for use in heavy goods vehicles.  However, the RHA does not agree with the proposal that legislation be brought in to make it compulsory for all lorry drivers who use sat-navs to use commercial devices and the Association will be inviting the LGA to meet to discuss this further. “Surely using the right sat-nav system for the right vehicle is a matter of common sense,” said RHA chief executive Richard Burnett

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  • Driver First Assist – training HGV drivers to make the difference

    on Jan 24, 17 • in General News, News, UK News • with Comments Off on Driver First Assist – training HGV drivers to make the difference

    The Road Haulage Association is pleased to support Driver First Assist (DFA) – a much-needed life-saving road safety initiative supported nationally by all three emergency services

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  • RHA sympathises with victims of Berlin truck attack

    on Dec 20, 16 • in General News, News, UK News • with Comments Off on RHA sympathises with victims of Berlin truck attack

    The Road Haulage Association is deeply sympathetic for the people of Berlin who were victim of yet another terrorist attack that once again saw a truck being used as a murder weapon

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