The ADLV (Association for Driving Licence Verification & Vehicles) has broadened its remit to include driver insurance, training accreditation and more.
The ADLV is expecting a marked increase in online licence checks from local authorities after the DVLA ends its driver licence check service in December.
The Association for Driving Licence Verification recommending monthly checks should be carried out on drivers with more than nine points as a matter of best-practice.
By Malcolm Maycock, managing director Licence Bureau
ARI is the latest organisation to join the ADLV, reflecting apparent “popularity” of service with fleet procurement managers.
The Association For Driving Licence Verification is working to help fleet operators with the implementation of GDPR for the Access to Drivers Data service.
Northern Ireland’s Driver & Vehicle Agency (DVA) is conducting a review of its upcoming online licence checking service, to ensure best practice.
Driving licence checks carried out by fleets have risen 30.4% year-on-year, according to Freedom of Information figures.
The Association for Driving Licence Verification is expecting a 25% rise in the number of driving licences checked electronically this year.
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