Monthly Archives: February 2015

New drug drive law will come into force in England and Wales on 2nd March 2015

The new law will make it illegal to drive with a specific controlled drug in the body above the accepted limit for that drug. More information can be found on the THINK! website. This legislation will provide a more effective

Pimlico plumbed into FTA’s Driver Licence Checking system provided by Licence Bureau

Pimlico Plumbers are the country’s largest independent plumbing and service company, wholly based within Greater and Central London. They take pride in providing excellent, no nonsense service at a great value. This can only be delivered through their fleet of

Updates and advice to motorists on abolition of the counterpart to the photocard driving licence.

From 8 June 2015, the photocard licence counterpart will not be valid and will no longer be issued by DVLA. What this means for you Photocard driving licence holders When DVLA stops issuing the counterpart, you should destroy yours but

Fleets should remind drivers of new Scottish drink driving laws, says Licence Bureau

Companies, particularly those in Scotland or close to the border, are being urged to remind drivers who drive in Scotland of the recent change in legislation surrounding drink-drive limits. Scotland’s new laws were introduced on 5 December 2014, bringing the

Commercial Vehicle Show

We would like to invite you to Licence Bureau’s stand 4D128 at the Commercial Vehicle show 14th – 16th April at the NEC Birmingham. For more information, please click on the image below.  

44% of employers concerned employees may not see adequately to drive

Research* carried out by Specsavers Corporate Eyecare reveals that 44% of employers surveyed state they are concerned that some employees may have eyesight that is not adequate for driving. Despite this, only a third (just 35%) of employers surveyed include

Death and serious injuries on UK roads increased by 4%

Figures released today by the Department of Transport for 2014 show that people killed and seriously injured on UK roads has risen. With deaths and serious injuries on UK roads having increased by 4% in the year ending September 2014,

Crackdown on foreign registered vehicles

See the DVLA Blog as the DVLA works with the police and HM Revenue and Customs to crack down on illegal foreign registered vehicles Foreign-registered vehicles being used illegally on Britain’s roads are now being seized by some police forces

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