Licence Bureau says businesses of all sizes need to ensure drivers have a permit to drive legally.
Fleet operators face new safety challenges as there are an increasing number of both younger and older employees driving for work, according to Licence Bureau.
Road Safety Week takes places November 18-24
The milestone comes as Licence Bureau continues to raise awareness among businesses of the driver and vehicle compliance challenges faced daily.
Licence Bureau is to showcase its Speed Bingo speed awareness quiz at Fleet Live 2019 at Birmingham's NEC on October 8-9.
Licence Bureau says a complete ban on mobile phone usage while driving is ‘long overdue and enforceable’.
Licence Bureau chosen as official ‘licence check only’ partner.
The Licence Bureau is warning fleet operators and drivers to ensure they understand the law relating to towing loads.
The introduction of the General Data Protection Regulations in May last year has led to “one of the most challenging years to date” for businesses, says Licence Bureau.
Licence Check is reminding fleets that employees may not be familiar with UK driving laws after more than 150,000 foreign drivers last year swapped their driving licences for UK equivalents without having to pass a driving test in this country.
It says businesses are at risk of breaching their duty of care obligations after more than 150,000 drivers, who took their driving test outside Britain, obtained a UK licence last year.
A loophole in road incident reporting measures significantly downplays the risks associated with driving for work, according to Licence Bureau.
Licence checking company blames the continued growth in personal leasing and the increased tax burden for some company car users.
Local authorities, police forces and the NHS are being reminded by Licence Bureau that the DVLA Driver Licence Check (DLC) portal is now closed.
Nearly one in three would not try to talk a friend out of drink-driving, while four in 10 know someone who has driven over the drink-drive limit, says RAC research.
Licence Bureau has made three key appointments to support its expanding business portfolio and client base in the last 12 months.
Licence Bureau is calling on organisations to get to grips with their grey fleets as it sees them struggle to come to terms with drivers using their own vehicles for business.
By Malcolm Maycock, managing director Licence Bureau
DVLA ditches old system and issues new licence-checking mandate to comply with GDPR legislation.
Licence Bureau has made one senior appointment and announced two board promotions after passing the three million-check milestone.
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