LGV Truck stops are a very important factor in enjoying your job as an LGV driver. The right facilities can make long journeys a real treat, and something you enjoy doing rather than something you’re simply paid to do. Hot showers, good food, evening entertainment, clean facilities, security and rREAD MORE
HGV drivers are rarely the victims of crime but, on the few occasions when they are, it can take the form of petrol theft. The fuel in an HGV is sometimes as financially valuable as the HGV’s actual cargo, and it’s almost always easier to reach when the vehicle is left unattended – if the.READ MORE
‘Mega trucks’ is the name given to HGVs that are longer, wider and heavier than any other type of HGV. These trucks can be so long that they take up more space on the road than two double-decker buses combined – up to 25.25m in length – and may weigh anything up to 60 tonnes...READ MORE
Of course, all the HGV drivers we train are incredibly safe and careful drivers, and we’re very proud to say so but, nevertheless, there have been some HGV-related accidents in the news now and then. One of the things that can happen when an HGV has an accident is that the cargo can be spilt..READ MORE
As a professional driver, driving long distances, you’re likely to become very familiar with truck stop facilities. These are places for LGV drivers to park up and refuel their vehicles, get refreshed, eat, and often sleep too. However, the most helpful and polite ways to behave at a truck stop arREAD MORE
Some of the very best paid HGV driving jobs you’ll see if you look at job listings, for example on our Job Finder service, are those that involve transporting dangerous goods. This isn’t simply because they come with more risk attached, in theory, than other driving jobs, but because there are eREAD MORE
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