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Ageist warning

FLEETS are being warned they must have robust occupational driving health and safety policies in place to deal with ageism legislation due later this year, which is likely to mean firms will end up employing more older and very young drivers.

Fleet software firm Jaama said fleets should have a solid driving licence, accident history, eyesight and medical checking system in place.

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