Licence monitoring company LicenceCheck is leading the market for real-time licence checking, it says.
Doctors must inform the DVLA, or DVA in Northern Ireland, if a patient continues to drive against medical advice and fails to do this themselves.
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 Department for Transport (DfT) has launched a consultation on plans to streamline and improve the delivery of motoring services.
The ADLV is reporting a surge in online commercial licence checking from fleets following the abolition of the paper driving licence counterpart in July.
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.
The DVLA has extended the validity of the 'check driving licence' access code from 72 hours to 21 days.
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.
Richard Brown, managing director of LicenceCheck, looks at the implications of the abolition of the counterpart.
Dudley Ashford, drivers’ service manager at DVLA, explains more about the online system that will replace the counterpart.
A new electronic licence-checking service is finally available for testing, just days before the paper counterpart is abolished.
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).
DVLA figures show has been a considerable increase in commercial electronic checking of licences by fleets.
Companies will have access to a new electronic licence-checking service a month before the paper counterpart is abolished on June 8.
The first of a new generation of licence-checking software, RealTime from LicenceCheck, aims to deliver time and administrative savings to its customers.
As part of DVLA’s Transformation of online services, the organisation is launching an V5C on Demand service.
DVLA's Jonathan Arnold explains the process of the abolition of the paper counterpart this summer.
The Government says celebrating national identity is behind its plan to display the Union Jack, alongside the European Union flag, on British driving licences.
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