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Help make our roads a safer place for all: Christmas 2018

Licence Bureau reminds businesses of festive season driver compliance risks Licence Bureau is reminding business drivers and fleet operators that with the festive season now in full-swing, compliance should remain top of the agenda. In-line with the ‘party spirit’ around

Brake Fleet Survey Reports that Licence Bureau have supported

2018 – Vulnerable Road Users 2017 – Driver Distractions 2016 – The Brake Pledge 2015 – Part 2: Speed: policy, education and community 2015 – Part 1: Technology 2014 – Part 2: Policies to protect vulnerable road users 2014 –

Licence Bureau are exhibiting at the Optimised Waste Logistics (OWL) Northern Ireland Waste Expo being held at Titanic Belfast on Thursday 18 October 2018

Who Should Attend? Anyone responsible for procuring or operating heavy goods vehicles including procurement, fleet and operational professions. Why Attend? Learn about the latest developments in vehicle technologies, EU legislation and FORS plus meet “best in class” industry suppliers and

Snakes and monkeys cause driver concern on UK roads, reveals Licence Bureau

Snakes and monkeys proved to be one of the top concerns for a foreign driver set to take to the UK’s roads. The concern, expressed by a southeast Asia driver, was raised during one of Licence Bureau’s new online training

Brake Professional Fleet Survey 2018

Brake, the road safety charity, is inviting all organisations with employees who drive for work to take part in its annual fleet safety survey. The survey, conducted by Brake Professional supported by Licence Bureau for the seventh year, will focus on

Fit to drive and stay alive

  On 6th November 2018 The 2018 Transport and Logistics Safety Forum Conference, of which Licence Bureau are a member along with such companies as Arriva, DHL, Wincanton, Tarmac, Travis Perkins are holding their annual conference at Transport for London

Reported road casualties in Great Britain, final estimates involving illegal alcohol levels: 2016

Final estimates of casualties in accidents involving at least one driver or rider over the drink-drive limit in Great Britain for 2016 show that: between 220 and 250 people were killed in drink-drive accidents, with a central estimate of 230

Speed Limits

You must not drive faster than the speed limit for the type of road and your type of vehicle. The speed limit is the absolute maximum – it doesn’t mean it’s safe to drive at this speed in all conditions.

You can help to better understand the causes and effects of Driver Fatigue.

Licence Bureau are supporting Andrew Drewary of Broadspire, by Crawford & Company and CILT Transport & Logistics Safety Forum  who is currently working on a driver fatigue survey which is being led by one of the research teams at Liverpool

BRAKE Fleet Survey Report 2017 focuses on: Driver Distraction

This report is based on the results of an online survey sponsored by Licence Bureau. The survey was completed by 355 fleet representatives. Although the majority of respondents are based in the UK, responses also came from fleets based in

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