Category: Trucking News

Nashik: Drivers of heavy commercial vehicles now give fuel consumption test to renew license 0

License Drivers of Heavy Commercial Vehicles

Hold license of driving Heavy Commercial Vehicles now have to appear for a driving test when they come to the Regional Transport Office (RTO) for renewing their driving license every three years. NASHIK: People...

Bareilly: Joint drive by BDA, admin to identify erring truckers 0

Joint drive by BDA, identify truckers

Truck drivers are reluctant to go to the allotted place and instead, park vehicles elsewhere thereby flouting rules. The drive will be launched to ensure truckers. Bareilly: The Bareilly Development Authority (BDA) and administration...

Truck cos report 30% drop in monthly revenue in June 0

Truck cos report 30% drop in monthly revenue

Despite extra liquidity available with financers, there is lack of reliable fleet owners with dependable cash flows to take the truck finance. Chennai: Truck operators are reporting a 25%-30% drop in monthly revenue with truck fleet...

Steps to help owners of commercial vehicles in Delhi 0

Steps to help owners of commercial vehicles

Transport department has introduced a slew of measures to help owners of commercial vehicles in the city, one of the biggest ones being converting a commercial vehicle to a private one. NEW DELHI: Delhi...

HIGHER REGISTRATION AND RENEWAL FEE FOR PASSENGER, COMMERCIAL VEHICLES PROPOSED BY INDIAN MINISTRY 0

RENEWAL FEE FOR COMMERCIAL VEHICLES

The Government of India wants to curb this and has proposed a higher registration fee for new passenger and commercial vehicles. Vehicular pollution has been on the rise with the large number of vehicles...

Now, truck companies cut production to manage stocks 0

Truck companies cut production

Automotive dealers body — FADA estimates the current Truck inventory levels in commercial vehicles at 45-50 days and dealers are pushing for lower stock levels prompting production cuts. Chennai: Truck companies are cutting production...

Commercial Vehicles Older Than 10 Years to be Scrapped: Union Minister Nitin Gadkari 0

Commercial Vehicles Older Than 10 Years

Union Minister Nitin Gadkari confirmed that such a policy to scrap Commercial Vehicles older than 10 years is aimed at curbing the country’s air pollution. An integrated policy to scrap commercial vehicles that are...