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Fleet Legal Fact Sheets

Fleet operators have to meet an increasing range of legislative requirements, from safety to taxation. This section contains all the legislation that relates to the running of a company vehicle fleet. Use it to inform company directors about their responsibilities and to help you shape your fleet policies on risk management, driver safety and vehicle choice.

Fleet Legal Fact Sheets

 
  • Make sure your drivers stay legal - guidance to the drink drive limits

  • The SMMT's guide to the UK motor industry, including sales figures, production figures and environmental output

  • What will the fleet sector look like in 2020? LeasePlan and University of Buckingham Professor Peter Cooke asked a number of fleets for their views, producing the 'Fleet 2020' report.

  • What’s in store for fleets over the next five years? Leasedrive Velo’s report reveals the views of leading fleet operators.

  • If you have suffered an injury for which someone else was to blame, you might be thinking about claiming compensation.

  • This extensive legislation makes provision about road traffic, registration plates, vehicle and driver information, hackney carriages and private hire vehicles, and trunk road picnic areas.

  • The Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations cover specific areas of health, safety and welfare to supplement the general duties on employers under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. The aim of this legislation was to provide a consistent set of minimum workplace standards.

  • The Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare)Regulations 1992 and accompanying Approved Code of Practice form part of the “six pack” of regulations which came into effect on 1st January 1993. Employers have a duty to ensure workplaces meet the Health Safety and Welfare needs of the workforce.