Covid-19 will have a lasting impact on fleet policies, procedures and practices, creating a different environment for fleet compliance, says Licence Bureau.
The latest news in briefs from the fleet industry including Midlands Asset Finance (MAF) launching its new brand and Vimcar achieves a company milestone.
Licence Bureau, part of TTC Group, has surpassed the five million driver licence check milestone.
Drivers want more speed cameras installed near schools to fine drivers travelling more than 10mph over the speed limit, a study by IAM RoadSmart has found.
Fleet decision-makers could face the same penalty points as their employees should they be convicted of a driving offence, Licence Bureau is warning.
Licence Bureau has praised vehicle fleet operators for their focus on driver safety and compliance despite the business challenges presented by the coronavirus pandemic.
The latest data from the Department for Transport (DfT) shows car use was at 85% of what would typically be expected on Monday (July 20).
Licence Bureau acquisition ‘not the last’ as TTC Group plans broad portfolio to meet fleet needs.
Fleets are being urged to avoid increasing work-related stress for drivers by empowering them to make more safety conscious decisions.
Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy updates healthy and safety at work guidance, with advice for fleet operators and business drivers.
TTC Group has secured a new contract to help manage the risk of fleet customers at the UK’s biggest leasing company, Lex Autolease.
Fleet decision-makers are being urged to use temporary changes in legislation wisely.
The process for updating new endorsements and points on a licence also remains unaffected, says the DVLA.
The Licence Bureau has issued a warning to fleets of a ‘major knowledge gap’ as electric vehicle (EV) registrations continue to surge.
TTC Group has completed the acquisition of licence checking and document verification business, Licence Bureau.
Licence Bureau has launched ‘Empowering Driving’ to ‘put personal safety management back in the hands of drivers’.
Up to a quarter of a million grey fleet vehicles could be evading Vehicle Excise Duty (VED), with a potential financial risk of £18m in fines according to Licence Bureau.
Data has revealed 134 drivers a week have their driving licence revoked for not meeting the minimum eyesight requirements.
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.
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