Licence Bureau chosen as official ‘licence check only’ partner.
Newly-released driving licence data shows that 80,855 driving licences have nine points – three away from a totting-up ban if incurred within three years.
Licence Check has increased the number of options available within its Driver and Vehicle Information Solution (DAVIS) to collect driver details.
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.
Fleet operators are tackling a “forest of fires” thanks, in part, to the Government being unable to set the agenda because of Brexit, says ACFO chairman John Pryor.
New compliance supergroup aims to ‘blow opposition out of the water’.
Fleets are being reminded that drivers may need an international driving permit (IDP) if they are going to drive abroad in the event of a no deal Brexit.
Licence checking company blames the continued growth in personal leasing and the increased tax burden for some company car users.
An increase in the number of smart motorways, which rely on advanced traffic management (ATM) cameras, could give fleets a compliance problem.
The ADLV is expecting a marked increase in online licence checks from local authorities after the DVLA ends its driver licence check service in December.
After August 25 automated driving licence checks via third party providers will not be possible unless updated GDPR-compliant driver permission is obtained.
The Association for Driving Licence Verification recommending monthly checks should be carried out on drivers with more than nine points as a matter of best-practice.
DriveTech is launching a new electronic checking service, e-Check, which allows forms to be completed online with an e-signature, reducing time and admin.
DVLA ditches old system and issues new licence-checking mandate to comply with GDPR legislation.
Two million drivers will have to give their fleet operator permission to check their driving licence thanks to the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Licence Bureau has made one senior appointment and announced two board promotions after passing the three million-check milestone.
The Association For Driving Licence Verification is working to help fleet operators with the implementation of GDPR for the Access to Drivers Data service.
Officers stopped almost 100,000 vehicles during its Christmas drink and drug-driving crackdown, with a 3.9% year-on-year increase in arrests, reports the NPCC.
Driver compliance has moved to the top of the fleet agenda, says Licence Bureau after it experienced a 30% year-on-year increase in licence checks in the first half of 2017.
The Driver Risk Assessor features an online profiling solution, which analyses attitude and behaviour, enabling ‘at risk’ drivers to be quickly identified.
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