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When was the last time you read the UK Highway Code?

  You can access information on, and read the Highway Code at the Government’s website below https://www.gov.uk/guidance/the-highway-code Which will also give you some idea of the huge range of Acts and Regulations that apply to road users: Although failure to

Do you know your driving licence codes

The codes printed on the back of your driving licence tell you what conditions you must meet to drive.     Some codes may be different in Northern Ireland. The codes and their meanings are as follows: 01 – eyesight correction,

Licence Bureau Ensures Absolute Road Safety Compliance for JLL

Employing more than 2,500 people and operating from 29 offices throughout the UK, providing a range of services to the property sector including investment, project management and professional services, JLL needed to partner a company which could fulfil its extensive

FORS launches FORS Driver Licence Checking Service with first Affinity Partner

Licence Bureau announced as first FORS Affinity Partner FORS members will receive a preferential rate for the FORS Driver Licence Checking Service Service has now launched and a quote can be requested through the FORS website FORS, the Fleet Operator

Licence Bureau has been appointed by Alliance Flooring to licence check the drivers of its 52-strong fleet

Alliance Flooring’s transport manager Rob Coley said: “It is vital for us that we are 100% certain our drivers hold the correct categories of licence for the vehicles they are driving and that we know if the licence holder has

Hillcrest Housing Association Driver Licence Checking – Case Study

  The issue of managing driver licence checking compliance can be a complicated and time consuming affair for many companies. Hillcrest Housing Association’s quality and performance administrator, Kelly Banner has considered the features, advantages and benefits and of utilising Licence

Cheaper, faster licence checks help fleets to keep closer eye on risks

In the wake of the introduction of real-time licence checking and the abolition of the paper counterpart, more businesses have been checking their drivers’ licences more often. This is undoubtedly a good thing for businesses – being more aware of

Data from a BBC Radio 5 live freedom of information request to the DVLA shows thousands caught driving distracted twice over four years

Almost 10,000 drivers have been caught twice for being distracted while driving, including using a mobile phone, in the last four years. More than 600 people were caught three times and one driver five times, data from a BBC Radio

Useful information on new residents eligibility to drive in the UK from the DVLA.

New residents may drive here  on the strength of a valid non-EC/EEA driving licence or IDP for a period of 12 months from the date he takes up residence here.  This is provided for in British law through Sections 87 and

The implications of not frequently checking driving licences

Fleets should take a proactive approach to regularly checking the licences of employees, to assess whether they remain suitable to drive on company business and ensure they are adhering to Duty of Care obligations. With some uncertainty in companies on

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