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FTA publishes 51st Yearbook of Road Transport Law

The Freight Transport Association has published the 51st edition of its much respected Yearbook of Road Transport Law, the indispensable guide to road transport legislation, which is sponsored by Shell. The Yearbook is designed to keep operators fully aware of all aspects of road transport legislation, is presented in a clear and concise way, and also includes information on other relevant areas, such as employment and health and safety.

The 2013 edition, written and compiled by FTA’s team of transport legislation experts, is updated with recent changes to road transport law, such as new operator licensing rules, driver licensing, weights and dimensions, construction and use, traffic regulations and the latest amendments to the OCRS rules.

Aisha Hayatuddini, Marketing Manager, Shell Commercial Fleet, said:
"Compliance is a core pillar of Shell’s business principles, and I can’t stress enough just how important and useful the FTA Yearbook of Road Transport Law is for anyone who runs a road transport fleet – it is definitely the most thumbed-through guide on most desks and Shell is delighted to be sponsoring the 2013 edition."

One free Yearbook is delivered to every FTA member during January. Additional copies are available from Shopfta at www.shop.fta.co.uk, telephone 08717 11 11 11, and costs £40 a copy for FTA members or £79 for non-members, with discounts for multiple orders. Please quote product code 4501. Shopfta also stocks a range of other publications – see the website for details.

FTA members are also kept up-to-date on legislation changes via regular email newsletters, the monthly magazine ‘Freight’ and the FTA website www.fta.co.uk Free legal and operational advice is also available to FTA members from the Member Advice Centre.

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