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The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter has once again retained the Large Van of the Year honour at the Great British Fleet Awards.12/04/2021John Kendall, Van Fleet World Editor and one of the judges for the Great British Fleet Awards, said: “The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter remains a firm favourite with fleet buyers thanks to its available combination of three roof heights and four lengt...Discover more9/03/2021The equivalent of 10 million potholes could be filled in by Councils across England with their allocated share of £500 million for highways maintenance. It is the second of 5 equal instalments from the £2.5 billion Potholes Fund. Transp...Discover more9/03/2021Business organisation Logistics UK has welcomed the Government’s £50 million boost for electric vehicle (EV) chargepoints for those in leasehold and rented accommodation, as well as the expansion of the Workplace Charging Scheme for small...Discover more
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All new Mercedes-Benz Trucks receive cover for roadside assistance and/or recovery for the first year should the vehicle be stranded roadside and/or cannot be started and this has been caused by a technical defect that is covered under warranty. Beyond the first year, we will continue to support Truck customers who require roadside assistance, however, this will be on a pay-on-use basis.