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The new charges are PS35 for a car-derived van and PS70 for larger vans.
It will add up the total to 64 centres proposing Class VII tests, with 147 sites already offering Class IV for car-derived vans.
The range of vehicles on offer at Van Monster extend from car-derived vans to small, medium and large panel vans such as Mercedes-Benz Sprinters and Ford Transits, chassis cabs and tippers from a range of leading manufacturers including Ford, Mercedes-Benz and Vauxhall as well as Citroen, Fiat, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Peugeot and Volkswagen at a wide range of prices to suit every budget.
He was struck by a white car-derived van - possibly a Citroen Berlingo or a white Peugeot van or similar vehicle - on the B5106 road near the Red Lion Hotel, Ty'n-y-Groes, Conwy Valley, at around 6.
Matthew Trott, transport manager at the London Borough of Southwark, oversees 310 company cars and 300 other fleet vehicles, ranging from small car-derived vans to refuse-collection vehicles.
Astravan is still held out as a classic example of what a car-derived van should offer ( simply car-like comfort, style and driveability.
White Van Man has met his match in the macho stakes in this rapid, car-derived van fitted with the hottest 1.
Around a quarter of light commercials sold in the UK are car-derived vans - and it is a sector predicted to rocket.