LAPV September 2015 has been published.

Published:  24 August, 2015

Read your copy now by clicking on the cover or by following this link.In this issue you can read the full report on the Future Fleet Forum 2015. The next Future Fleet Forum will be held at Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire on June 29, 2016.

Other articles in this issue of LAPV report on topics including duty of care for fleet managers, new legislation, an industry cycle ride and new grass cutting equipment.

This issue will be distributed in print at RWM (NEC) and Saltex (NEC).

What is coming up in LAPV December 2015

Deadline: October 23

Special focus:

Up and coming legislation for 2016 and beyond.

LAPV investigates the main legal changes affecting fleet managers in public sector for the next year.

Waste and recycling vehicles

An overview of the latest RCVs, recycling vehicles and related equipment launched at RWM.

Highways and verge maintenance

A round up of equipment for highways and verge maintenance. What are the key trends?

Street cleansing operations

We look at the latest sweepers launched at RWM.

Other features we will cover:

Vehicle test

Procurement standards

Safety of vulnerable road users

To advertise, contact Jason Pidgeon on 0207 973 4645, or by email.

To contribute editorially, contact Ann-Marie Knegt, 01935 374 001 or by email.

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