DVSA reveals changes to Driver CPC
Following the consultation on ways to improve the Driver CPC, the DVSA is planning to swiftly implement the resultant changes.
The specific details of the changes haven’t been revealed yet, but will include
- allowing 12 out of the 35 hours to be e-learning, although DVSA hasn’t yet clarified how this will work with the current seven hour modules system.
- allowing training programmes that align with drivers’ work such as dangerous goods and transport of passengers.
- allowing an exemption for drivers in some industries including agriculture, horticulture, forestry and farming.
- continue to recognise Swiss Driver CPC.
The legislation to enable the changes to be made is expected to be in place by 22 July.
Renault Range T with everything - Used Truck of the Day
Used Truck of the Day is a Renault Range T with all the trimmings a driver could want.
This T 460.26 is on a 66-plate and has a high roof cab with twin bunks, the upper of the two being the top of the range bed.
The cab has air suspension, there’s an automatic transmission and fuel eco-pack fitted as well. It’s also a special edition with a striking Renault diamond livery on the side.