MANUFACTURERS URGED TO MANAGE VAN TOP SPEEDS BY FTA

Manufacturers have been recently urged to manage van maximum speeds by Freight Transport Association's Van Excellence Governance Group (FTA), as it stands united in its chosen decision to appeal to van manufacturers to supply vehicles which have been fitted with a speed limiter set at 70mph as a standard no-cost option.
Following a recent meeting, the group was said to be unanimous in agreeing that despite recent press reports discussing the Governments plans to increase motorway speed limits to 80mph, manufacturers should help play their part in managing van top speeds on our motorways and restrict their vans to 70mph.
It is widely felt that aside from the legal implications, restricting van top speeds would also see significant fuel economy benefits.
Why not take a look at the new Ford vans range, they feature the new 2.2-litre Duratorq TDCi engines and are available with speed limiter systems in vehicles like the new Ford Transit van, which offers both improved safety and fuel economy.Manufacturers have been recently urged to manage van maximum speeds by Freight Transport Association's Van Excellence Governance Group (FTA), as it stands united in its chosen decision to appeal to van manufacturers to supply vehicles which have been fitted with a speed limiter set at 70mph as a standard no-cost option.
Following a recent meeting, the group was said to be unanimous in agreeing that despite recent press reports discussing the Governments plans to increase motorway speed limits to 80mph, manufacturers should help play their part in managing van top speeds on our motorways and restrict their vans to 70mph.
It is widely felt that aside from the legal implications, restricting van top speeds would also see significant fuel economy benefits.
Why not take a look at the new Ford vans range, they feature the new 2.2-litre Duratorq TDCi engines and are available with speed limiter systems in vehicles like the new Ford Transit van, which offers both improved safety and fuel economy.Manufacturers have been recently urged to manage van maximum speeds by Freight Transport Association's Van Excellence Governance Group (FTA), as it stands united in its chosen decision to appeal to van manufacturers to supply vehicles which have been fitted with a speed limiter set at 70mph as a standard no-cost option.
Following a recent meeting, the group was said to be unanimous in agreeing that despite recent press reports discussing the Governments plans to increase motorway speed limits to 80mph, manufacturers should help play their part in managing van top speeds on our motorways and restrict their vans to 70mph.
It is widely felt that aside from the legal implications, restricting van top speeds would also see significant fuel economy benefits.
Why not take a look at the new Ford vans range, they feature the new 2.2-litre Duratorq TDCi engines and are available with speed limiter systems in vehicles like the new Ford Transit van, which offers both improved safety and fuel economy.Manufacturers have been recently urged to manage van maximum speeds by Freight Transport Association's Van Excellence Governance Group (FTA), as it stands united in its chosen decision to appeal to van manufacturers to supply vehicles which have been fitted with a speed limiter set at 70mph as a standard no-cost option.
Following a recent meeting, the group was said to be unanimous in agreeing that despite recent press reports discussing the Governments plans to increase motorway speed limits to 80mph, manufacturers should help play their part in managing van top speeds on our motorways and restrict their vans to 70mph.
It is widely felt that aside from the legal implications, restricting van top speeds would also see significant fuel economy benefits.
Why not take a look at the new Ford vans range, they feature the new 2.2-litre Duratorq TDCi engines and are available with speed limiter systems in vehicles like the new Ford Transit van, which offers both improved safety and fuel economy.Manufacturers have been recently urged to manage van maximum speeds by Freight Transport Association's Van Excellence Governance Group (FTA), as it stands united in its chosen decision to appeal to van manufacturers to supply vehicles which have been fitted with a speed limiter set at 70mph as a standard no-cost option.
Following a recent meeting, the group was said to be unanimous in agreeing that despite recent press reports discussing the Governments plans to increase motorway speed limits to 80mph, manufacturers should help play their part in managing van top speeds on our motorways and restrict their vans to 70mph.
It is widely felt that aside from the legal implications, restricting van top speeds would also see significant fuel economy benefits.
Why not take a look at the new Ford vans range, they feature the new 2.2-litre Duratorq TDCi engines and are available with speed limiter systems in vehicles like the new Ford Transit van, which offers both improved safety and fuel economy.