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Davis launches GDPR compliant licence checker for rental market

Davis Check Station tool

Davis has launched a GDPR compliant drivers licence checker, designed for the rental market and bulk on-boarding.  

The new system, Davis Check Station, scans the licence, completes GDPR compliant driver permission and carries out a DVLA check.

Richard Brown managing director of Licence Check said: “We’re absolutely delighted with the response that Davis Check Station has received so far and seeing so many organisations positively embrace technology advancements motivates my team to continually innovate and push the boundaries within driver and vehicle compliance.”

Davis Check Station is “ideal for organisations that have a requirement for onboarding drivers in bulk” and has been developed specifically for the car rental market (supported by BVRLA Risk Tool), car leasing market or anyone that on-boards a high volume of drivers face to face.

The company has updated the capabilities of the 2017-launched CDR licence-checking tool with a driver permission feature - creating the Davis Check Station.

Powered by a digital signature pad it allows drivers to give “permission” to having their DVLA driver record checked there and then (permission remains in place thereafter for 3 years). This permission process is fully GDPR compliant.


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