Welcome to our blog OVERDRIVE, designed to keep you updated with content relating to Vrio and the wider mobility sector.
Here you will find articles relating to the present and future of mobility; tendencies, recommendations, case studies, interesting news items and events as well as keeping a close eye on all the exciting developments at Vrio.

External investment funds understand the strategic importance of the Spanish market, especially in the food and retail distribution and are keen to let the companies carry on as normal with a clear-eyed focus on growth and stability.

The aim of this Overdrive article is to summarise the main routes in Europe along with the services we offer on each of them highlighting among other things the new “Auto-List” service.

Not only is the frequency of the controls higher, but the detection, processing and communication of sanctions has been streamlined and they are now issued in a matter of weeks, when it was previously common for them to be notified 1 to 2 years after the date of the infringement.

Estefanía Sandoval, Chief Commercial and Marketing Officer at Vrio answers a few brief questions about the current situation in the transport sector, the evolution of fuel prices and how Vrio is responding to the current market challenges.

The task of comparing prices and opting for the options that best fit the needs of each company or carrier is increasingly complicated. Learn about the taxes and costs that are being applied to your ferry and tunnel reservations and how to optimize them.

In light of the current situation, Vrio has compiled a list of quick-fix cost saving tips and best practices for transport companies operating in Europe that can be implemented easily and cost-effectively to help counter the increased operational costs that the sector is currently experiencing.

Truck driver shortage is becoming increasingly demanded, due to fewer people want to dedicate themselves to this sector. We have interviewed one of our customers who tells us about his experiences in the world of road transport.

New technologies have managed to improve many aspects of our lives by simplifying processes that previously seemed too complex. This has also happened in the road freight transport sector.

Fines are now an uncomfortable reality in the day-to-day life of transport and logistics companies. The most common sanctions are for failing to comply with basic rules, such as: the tachograph not working or using it improperly, non-payment of tolls or road taxes, failure to comply with driving times and restrictions, rest periods, excess weight or speed, and inappropriate loading/fastening of cargo and merchandise.

Fines are now an uncomfortable reality in the day-to-day life of transport and logistics companies. The most common sanctions are for failing to comply with basic rules, such as: the tachograph not working or using it improperly, non-payment of tolls or road taxes, failure to comply with driving times and restrictions, rest periods, excess weight or speed, and inappropriate loading/fastening of cargo and merchandise.