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TTC Continuum is coming soon

Licence Bureau clients will soon be able to take advantage of TTC Group’s world beating driver and employee risk management platform solution, “TTC Continuum”.   TTC Continuum integrates data from many sources including telematics, driver behaviour and in-vehicle technology, to deliver unparalleled insight into driver risk and compliance management through real-time dashboards and management information.

Transport safety – into the 2020s. A view from the Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS)

The 2010s saw road safety elevated to a global policy priority in the UN Decade of Action and the Global Goals for Sustainable Development. This was recognition that road danger presents one of the biggest threats to human life worldwide, and one that is “man-made” and growing. Progress against casualty targets was less impressive but international […]

Interesting Grey Fleet facts

How many billion miles do drivers of grey fleet vehicles travel each year in the UK? 12 What % of grey fleet drivers have signed their companies policy, undergone a licence check or completed a driver risk assessment? 12 What % of grey fleet drivers admit to driving without business insurance ? 10 What % […]

Reported road casualties in Great Britain: main results 2018

There were 1,782 reported road deaths in 2018, similar to the level seen since 2012, which followed a period of substantial reduction in fatalities from 2006 to 2010.   • There were 25,484 serious injuries in road traffic accidents reported to the police in 2018. However, comparison of this figure with earlier years should be interpreted with caution due […]

Department for Transport (DfT) Road safety statement 2019: a lifetime of road safety

The Department for Transport’s (DfT) refreshed road safety statement and 2 year action plan addresses road safety issues throughout the lifetime of roads users, from babies to the elderly. The statement focus’s  particularly on the needs of 4 vulnerable road user groups: ·         Young road users ·         Rural road users ·         Motorcyclists ·         Older road users Initial comment by […]

DVSA reveals top driving test faults made in the first year of the new test.

Failing to look properly at junctions and not using mirrors effectively are the top reasons people failed following changes made to the driving test in 2017. The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has revealed the top 10 reasons people failed the new driving test in its first year. DVSA is encouraging learner drivers to spend more time […]