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Carrying goods to the EU by road after 1 January 2021

19th November, 2020

The Government has now published an online “Haulier Handbook” which is stated to be a “one-stop-shop for key... Read More »

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10 Year Old Tyres Must be Scrapped – Now Law

12th November, 2020

Following the Government’s summer announcement that tyres over ten years old would no longer be fitted to certain... Read More »

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No Deal Brexit and International Haulage – Not Enough Permits to go Round

4th November, 2020

ECMT Permits – Application Window Opens on 2nd November The preparations for the end of the transition period... Read More »

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10 Year Old Tyres Must Be Scrapped

20th July, 2020

The Government have announced that from the autumn, tyres which are 10 years and older will be banned... Read More »

Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Essential Work of the Logistics Sector

31st March, 2020

A number of my haulage clients have asked me if I can clarify what is meant by essential... Read More »

What does COVID-19 mean for the UK Haulage Industry?

24th March, 2020

Following the Prime Minister’s announcement yesterday evening effectively placing the UK in lockdown there may have been some... Read More »

Operator Licensing and Insolvency

22nd November, 2016

In this article Tim Culpin, Partner and Head of Transport at Aaron & Partners, takes a look at Operator Licensing and Insolvency. Any business, be it a sole trader, partnership, LLP or other corporate entity, that wishes to operate commercial vehicles (good vehicles with a maximum permissible gross weight in excess of 3.5 tonnes or passenger carrying vehicles... Read More »

Counting the cost of Brexit – Operator Licensing

10th November, 2016

Financial Standing – Going Up? In this article Tim Culpin, Partner and Head of Transport at Aaron & Partners, takes a look at the increased levels of financial reserves operators may have to demonstrate. We don’t yet know what Brexit is going to look like, the predicted economic crash has not as yet materialised and it remains unclear... Read More »

Parking Charge Notices – Warning for LGV Operators

24th April, 2015

In a case decided yesterday (23 April 2015) between Parking Eye Limited and a private individual, Mr Beavis,... Read More »

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