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Van Driver of the Year – last call for entries!

Logistics UK is issuing a last call for entries to its popular Driver of the Year competition – sponsored by the AA, Bott Ltd, Brigade Electronics, Hertz, Lex Autolease, Quartix and TVL – before entries close on the 11 June 2021.

Taking place on Saturday 10 July 2021 at Bott Ltd in Ashby-de-la-Zouch, the contest is set to be a fun-filled day with contestants taking part in a variety of practical and theoretical challenges that will focus on safe driving style, legislative knowledge, economical driving, manoeuvring, risk perception and pre-use vehicle defect checking.

Chris Shenton, winner of Logistics UK’s Van Driver of the Year 2019, comments: “It was fantastic to be around, and chatting to, a group of like-minded people from across the country who enjoy driving as much as I do. I really enjoyed the tasks; the manoeuvring challenge was my favourite.” 

Having won the top prize of a holiday voucher, Shenton and his wife went on an all-inclusive trip to Las Palmas – one of the Canary Islands – in November 2019. He continues: “It was a fabulous holiday and I would like to once again thank Logistics UK and all those involved for running such an excellent competition. I would recommend anyone thinking about entering to do so!”  


Published On: 10/06/2021 17:00:53


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