Compliance is our business
The UK's number one supplier of Driver Licence validation services
In March 2020 Licence Bureau was acquired by TTC Group.
The strategic acquisition saw TTC Group broaden its corporate fleet customer base and further strengthen its compliance capability within its proprietary technology platform, Continuum.
Licence Bureau has one of the UK’s largest corporate fleet client bases, with more than 2,700 companies utilising its services, including over 20 per cent of FTSE 100 companies.
From its base in Hemel Hempstead, Licence Bureau – Part of TTC Group – has completed more than five million UK driving licence checks.
Telford-based TTC Group provides fleet management and compliance solutions in its corporate division. The business has seen strong growth in the number of drivers on its driver risk management software platform, Continuum.
Services include: Licence Checking, Grey Fleet Management, Driver Risk Profile, Permit to Drive, Driver and Fleet Audits, Mobile Apps, In-Vehicle Data, Consultancy, Employee Data, E-Learning, On-Road Driver Coaching, Workshop Training, Virtual Classroom Training and Driver CPC Training.
Licence Bureau’s compliance journey provides you with an ongoing automated process where you can simply set the rules and deal with exceptions.
Our aim is to make you safe and compliant.
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Licence Bureau’s ‘compliance journey’ begins with an Employee Audit identifying who does and who does not drive on company business.
Those employees who are identified as business drivers are asked to submit driving licence details via e-declaration or via a D906 Fair Processing Declaration.
Details are then checked at DVLA.
Permits to Drive may then be allocated.
Grey Fleet checks are carried out on vehicles that are owned by employees and are used for business purposes to validate they are roadworthy with a current MOT and Road Fund Licence.
Risk Assessments of a drivers knowledge, attitude and skills are taken.
Subsequently different forms of training may be required and allocated.