NEWS ABOUT EURO 6 TRUCKS (5)

If you want to find out the latest news covering trucks which meet the Euro 6 standard and the emissions rules and regulations themselves, then browse the news articles below. Since you will need a Euro 6 truck to enter London’s Low emission zone (LEZ) you are best to be well versed in making sure any truck you are about to purchase meets this standard if you are ever thinking of heading inside the M25.

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Multi-temperature distribution business Moran Logistics has added 15 new Volvo FM 460 6×2 tractor units to its busy, growing fleet. The new FMs – which all meet Transport for London’s 3-star Direct Vision Standard (DVS) rating – offer the company the ideal solution for its multi-drop delivery operations into urban areas. Supplied by Jack Hulse,…

From no Renault Tucks to a complete fleet of sixteen inside five years is a good indication of the working relationship Cannock-based, Pallet Network Solutions (UK) Limited, has with their local Renault Trucks dealer, Allports Group. The company is renewing and expanding their fleet and, as a result, has added a new Renault Trucks T520…

For once there is good news for truck operators. Usually if there is a scheme to limit emissions or traffic then it is the truck operators that bear the brunt of the changes. This may be because there are more voters that drive cars than trucks? With the much-debated expansion of the London Mayor’s ULEZ…

Replacing older, zero star trucks, it was important that the new trucks had to operate in central London over the course of their lifetime. With the all-important three DVS stars, the three new Actros bought by Platinum Transport Solutions are the Kent-based operator’s first trucks to wear the famous three-pointed star. The trucks were delivered…

It’s been about a decade that the Euro 6 (VI) standard has ruled the world of commercial vehicle emissions. The Euro 6 standard has evolved over time with Euro 6e introduced last year in 2022. Although there was much fear at the time about the performance of the trucks, their reliability and, above all, their…