The DVLA's online licence-checking services – View Driving Licence and Share Driving Licence – will be unavailable this weekend due to maintenance.
Since June, operators have been adapting to the new DVLA system after the paper counterpart was abolished. Ben Rooth looks at how it has changed their processes
The ADLV is reporting a surge in online commercial licence checking from fleets following the abolition of the paper driving licence counterpart in July.
Data from the DVLA has revealed that Licence Bureau carried out 34% of all driving licence checks by independent providers in 2014/15.
Licence Bureau has won a digital marketing award for its vehicle compliance website portal.
The Association for Driving Licence Verification is calling on vocational fleets to check their drivers licences on a quarterly basis.
The decision to extend the licence check code’s lifespan has been welcomed, but several other recommended changes to the DVLA look less likely to succeed.
Drivers are not prepared for a raft of changes to driving law in the UK being introduced this year, according to the IAM.
More than 1.75 million motorists could struggle to access their driving licence online, due to teething problems with the DVLA's online licence-checking system.
The DVLA's new online system to check driving licences following the abolition of the paper counterpart crashed on the day of its launch yesterday.
A new electronic licence-checking service is finally available for testing, just days before the paper counterpart is abolished.
Drivers at this year’s Company Car in Action will be screened for their ability to drive prior to the event by Licence Bureau.
Local authorities are increasing looking at paperless methods of enforcing their fleet policies as they aim to reduce the amount of resource devoted to administration, reports Chevin Fleet Solutions.
Fleet managers have been assured that no offence under the Data Protection Act will be committed by their employers when accessing employees’ driving licence records held by the Driver Vehicle and Licensing Agency (DVLA).
Driving Monitor will be demonstrating its new eConsent paperless driving licence checking service at the Health and Safety Show at the NEC Birmingham on March 24, 25 and 26.
A motorist from Lewisham has racked up 40 points for 12 offences despite never having held a full or a provisional driving licence, according to the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA).
Companies will have access to a new electronic licence-checking service a month before the paper counterpart is abolished on June 8.
Alphabet has partnered with driver licence compliance company Licence Bureau, as part of its expanding driver compliance risk management offering.
Driving Monitor has launched a real-time driver licence checking service which allows fleets instant access to DVLA data.
The first of a new generation of licence-checking software, RealTime from LicenceCheck, aims to deliver time and administrative savings to its customers.
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