Commercial Motor Buying Guide is now available to view online

Commercial Motor
November 16, 2023

The Commercial Motor Buying Guide is now. available to view online. Having hit the shelves in the magazine last week, the guide is available to view online and is an invaluable resource for an range of trailer, truck, tank and technology solutions.

Covering the latest news and product updates from the likes of Brigade, DAF and Northside Truck & Van, the guide keeps operators up to date with the latest changes and solutions for all fleets. 

This biannual guide is a great opportunity to start thinking ahead to 2024 and beyond. Whether it’s asset finance, workshop equipment requirements or preparation for upcoming DVS regulation changes, the buying guide has all the suppliers and technicians to support operators across the country.

The guide features: Alltrucks, Asset Alliance, Automotive Equipment Solutions, FORS, Brigade, Close Brothers Asset Finance, Colson Trailers, Crossland Tankers, DAF, Labcraft, Ecooltec, Fastview360, Fueltek, Haultech, Lens-Tech, Microlise, MV Commercial, Northside Truck & Van, Padoan, Premier Pits, SM UK, STC Group, Tankquip, Truckfile, TDi Software, Totalkare, Tructyre and TruTac. 

View the online version of the buyers guide for free

About the Author


Commercial Motor is the online presence for Commercial Motor magazine, the world’s oldest magazine dedicated to the commercial vehicle industry.

It is your online source for the best new and used trucks and trailers in the UK - plus the latest news, and the best buying advice you'll find in the industry.

All of the dealers listed have been are visited by our field sales team in person at their premises and our editorial team are constantly out and about speaking to dealers, operators and suppliers - this helps build really great market knowledge that assists you.

Articles published by the author Commercial Motor may be collaborative efforts by our journalists or contain significant elements obtained from press releases or company statements. They have, however, still been written and checked by our expert editorial team.

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