FleetCheck and Driving for Better Business have released a new series of video guides called the COVID-19 Transport Toolkit.
Fleets and company car, van and truck drivers are being offered remote training to help maintain safety and compliance during the coronavirus pandemic.
Company car drivers and fleets are being warned to be wary of opportunistic criminals looking to steal cars to fill a replacement parts gap caused by COVID-19.
Licence Check is offering advice to fleet decision-makers regarding licence checking services whilst the coronavirus outbreak forces many businesses into lockdown and remote-working.
TMC (The Miles Consultancy) have been awarded supplier status on the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) framework to provide fleet data and risk management solutions.
The Association of Fleet Professionals is calling for fleets to adopt fatigue policies after Renown Consultants is found guilty of health and safety breaches.
The process for updating new endorsements and points on a licence also remains unaffected, says the DVLA.
The telematics system has been fitted to its fleet of specialist passenger vans that provide critical transport services.
AIA says additional £2.5bn pothole pledge will not be enough to plug the gap in local road maintenance budgets, let alone the rising backlog of repairs.
Bill Plant Driving School have postponed all driving lessons and driving instructor training due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
DVSA issues new MOT advice after initially telling drivers in self-isolation to not take their vehicle to be MOT tested.
The average bill for each of those motorists affected over the last year was £115, covering repairs to components such as tyres, suspension and wheels.
The DVSA tells Fleet News that requirements relating to vehicle testing are under review.
DVSA says critical workers, however, will still be able to book tests during suspension.
Driving for Better Business (DfBB) has launched a new online gap analysis tool to help organisations manage those who drive for work.
GEM Motoring Assist has welcomed Government plans to improve the safety of smart motorways, but warned motorists still face being stranded in the road.
The Licence Bureau has issued a warning to fleets of a ‘major knowledge gap’ as electric vehicle (EV) registrations continue to surge.
A record number of people avoided penalty points on their licence last year, after taking driver awareness courses.
A new partnership has been formed between VisionTrack and Lightfoot to ‘provide a solution to fleet management and safety challenges’.
TTC Group has completed the acquisition of licence checking and document verification business, Licence Bureau.
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