Commercialmotor.com is warning that The Commercial Vehicle Show is once again the target for an unscrupulous organisation claiming to be the official show guide publisher.
In the last few minutes plans for a full CV Show 2012 to be held at the NEC, Birmingham, from 24-26 April 2012 have been announced by the Commercial Vehicle Show LLP. The Commercial Vehicle Show LLP consists of the Road Haulage Association Ltd (RHA), The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders Ltd (SMMT) and [...]
If you’re in the UK and / or read Tachoblog, then you’ll know that it’s been the CV Show this week. Rather than show you all the ‘official’ pictures, Tachoblog’s got this collection of ones that we’ve been kindly sent.
Darts is clearly the preferred game of CV owners. Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles is giving visitors to its stand at the CV Show the opportunity to play darts with international darts champions, James ‘The Machine’ Wade and Mark ‘The Spider’ Webster.
Tachoblog can reveal that the Bevan Group ICON is their newly launched, ground-breaking Luton body for 3.5-tonne vehicles that offers a market-leading payload of more than 1,200kg and significantly improved fuel economy.
We continue Tachoblog’s look at what you can see at this year’s CV Show with some rather nifty software from Road Tech – the people that brought you Tachomaster.
Having brought you lots of news about vehicles at this year’s CV Show, Tachoblog now turns our attention to a product. Stoneridge’s new digital tachograph to be precise.
With just under a month to go to this year’s CV Show at the NEC in Birmingham, Tachoblog thought you might like a quick round up of which Van firms will be showing what.
If you’re UK (and probably Europe) based, then you must know that this year’s Commercial Vehicle Show will be held at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, England from 12-14 April 2011.
Tachoblog’s mentioned what DAF, Renault and Volkswagen will showing on their stands, so now it’s the turn of Nissan.
With 2009′s CV Show being cancelled and last year’s smaller Commercial Vehicle Operator’s show missing all of the big truck manufacturers, this will be first time in three years that DAF Trucks will be exhibiting at Birmingham’s NEC.