Monthly Archives: February 2020

Vehicle tax evasion stats highlight up to a quarter of a million grey fleet vehicles could be untaxed

Up to a quarter of a million business use vehicles, commonly referred to as ‘grey fleet’, could be evading Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) with a potential financial risk of £18m in fines according to Licence Bureau. Department for Transport (DfT)

Licence Bureau backs call for greater focus on driver eyesight tests

Licence Bureau is backing a call to make regular eye tests mandatory as data revealed 134 drivers a week have their driving licence revoked for not meeting the minimum eyesight requirements. The DVLA data, obtained by Direct Line Motor Insurance,

Endorsement codes and penalty points

Each endorsement has a special code and is given ‘penalty points’ on a scale from 1 to 11. You get more points for more serious offences. The table shows the offence codes that can be put on your driving record.

How long endorsements stay on your driving record

Endorsements stay on your driving record for 4 or 11 years depending on the offence. This can start from either the date you’re convicted or the date of your offence. The endorsement is ‘valid’ for the first: 3 years, for

Licence Bureau issues ‘no panic’ Brexit statement but encourages businesses to start taking necessary steps to keep drivers legal

  Licence Bureau is advising business drivers and fleet operators not to panic in the wake of the UK formally having left the European Union (EU) on 31 January 2020. Despite the inevitable air of uncertainty following Brexit, Licence Bureau

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