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The Road Haulage Association (RHA) has been a major force in the transport industry for more than 75 years, representing hauliers’ interests at government level and providing a wide range of essential benefits and services to truck operators. With the continued growth in the light commercial vehicle market, as companies move increasingly to online sales and last-mile home and office delivery, the RHA has created a dedicated Van Membership option, specifically for smaller LCV operators.

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Made to measure

UK racking and conversion specialist Bri-Stor continues to expand to meet the needs of a diverse range of customers.

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Leasing pressure

A growing shortage of new vans, rising prices for used vehicles and an increasing workload for many businesses as we emerge from multiple lockdowns, is pushing the leasing and rental markets like never before, says Dan Gilkes.

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Flexibility built in to van leasing launch

Starting any business in the last year has not been for the faint-hearted. Duncan Chumley talks Dan Gilkes through the launch of MyVanDirect

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“A complete  mobility solution”

As Fiat Professional launches its E-Ducato range, Eric Laforge, head of LCV Enlarged Europe at parent company Stellantis, talks to Van User.

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Changing times

As Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles starts to move to an electric future, new director Cian O’Brien talks to Dan Gilkes.

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A trusted voice

Highways England’s Mark Cartwright talks to Van User about the organisation’s increased focus on light commercial vehicle users.

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Tax and the van user

Charles Stubbings, account manager at vehicle finance provider Moneybarn, looks at some simple tax implications for van users
Many different vehicles are registered as vans so it can be difficult to figure out how much tax you should pay.

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Crisis opens divide between car and van management

At the start of lockdown, we saw circumstances emerge where many van fleets were operating under considerable pressure to deliver essential services.
For many of them, that situation hasn’t really let up.

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