The CPC deadline is fast approaching for companies that operate heavy and light goods vehicles.
Licence Check has increased the number of options available within its Driver and Vehicle Information Solution (DAVIS) to collect driver details.
The number of drivers that have had their licence revoked has increased by an “alarming” rate, according to Licence Check.
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.
Licence Check is backing a call by fleet body ACFO for enhanced grey fleet management services due to a rising number of grey fleet drivers.
Licence Check has announced new upgrades for its driver and vehicle information solution brand, Davis including accident recording, enhanced licence checking and improved security.
Grey fleet drivers have raised the compliance risks their employers face and have asked that appropriate policies and procedures be treated with paramount importance, says Licence Check.
New compliance supergroup aims to ‘blow opposition out of the water’.
An increase in the number of smart motorways, which rely on advanced traffic management (ATM) cameras, could give fleets a compliance problem.
Ebbon-Dacs has purchased Licence Check in order to expand the range of online solutions it can provide to the vehicle leasing community.
Davis will be revealing its new fleet tool, Fleet File to attendees at Fleet Live on October 9-10.
After August 25 automated driving licence checks via third party providers will not be possible unless updated GDPR-compliant driver permission is obtained.
Ensuring employees from overseas are legally allowed to drive company vehicles can be a complicated task. Andrew Don reports
DVLA ditches old system and issues new licence-checking mandate to comply with GDPR legislation.
By Richard Brown, managing director of Licence Check
The Driver Risk Assessor features an online profiling solution, which analyses attitude and behaviour, enabling ‘at risk’ drivers to be quickly identified.
Licence Check has teamed up with Junction 17 Defensive Driver Training to launch a new level three driving licence checking qualification.
The DVLA could and should be doing more to tackle illegal drivers on the roads, some of whom hold counterfeit driving licences, says Licence Check.
Software Europe has partnered with Licence Check to offer checking services through its Expenses cloud technology.
New research by Direct Line has shown that bad drivers spend an average of £560 more on petrol a year because of excessive braking and acceleration.
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