ADLV Survey Shows Clear and Pressing Fleet Demand For the DVSA To Release CPC Training Data

A recent survey by the ADLV (Association for Driving Licence Verification & Vehicles) has delivered an emphatic business case for the DVSA to allow fleets greater access to driver CPC training course attendance data. The survey of leading transport &

Grey fleets continue to ‘baffle’ businesses and challenges are set to get increasingly complex.

Despite being some 18 years in the making, the issue of grey fleets continues to ‘baffle’ businesses across the UK with the majority having little, if any, awareness of the implications of drivers using their own vehicles for business purposes.

Rory Morgan of Iron Mountain is named 2019 ‘Road Risk Manager of the Year’ at the recent Brake Fleet Safety Awards

Rory Morgan (right) receiving the award from Malcolm Maycock of Licence Bureau   The national road safety charity’s annual ceremony, which was held at Birmingham Hilton Metropole, recognise the achievements of fleet operators and suppliers who are working hard to

Brexit Views

The key question of whether the UK is leaving the EU on the 31st October is not at all clear.   All we do know is that the current government has given the Whitehall administration clear instructions with the creation of

Licence Bureau completes four millionth Driver Licence check

Licence Bureau, the UK’s number one provider of Driver Licence validation services, has passed its four millionth Driver Licence check milestone.   The landmark achievement comes as Licence Bureau continues to raise awareness amongst businesses of the driver and vehicle

Licence Bureau, the first Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) affinity partner, will be exhibiting at the FORS Members’ Conference on Tuesday 15th October 2019

The fourth FORS Members’ Conference will be held on Tuesday 15 October 2019 at the National Conference Centre, Solihull. The conference is confirmed following the growing success of the annual event since it began in 2016, with over 450 delegates

Licence Bureau highlights startling speed limit ‘knowledge gap’ cost to businesses

A serious lack of road speed limit knowledge amongst UK business drivers could be costing businesses in excess of *£50 million annually in lost productivity, according to Licence Bureau. The startling figure supports the findings to stem from the UK’s

Road Risk: Good Management or Good Luck?

This year’s CILT Transport & Logistics Safety Forum conference which Licence Bureau are supporting brings together Occupational Road Risk experts and will focus on promoting and raising awareness of the need for organisations to proactively manage road risk rather than leaving it all to luck! 

Licence Bureau supports proposed mobile phone ban and calls for greater use of technology to support police in enforcing the 16-year-old legislation

Licence Bureau has given its full support to the House of Commons Transport Committee’s call for a complete ban on mobile phone usage whilst driving, suggesting it is ‘long overdue and enforceable’. Now in its fifth year of a complete

Licence Bureau are exhibiting at FleetLive

    Licence Bureau are thrilled to be exhibiting at FleetLive. The UK’s leading event for the fleet management community gives decision-makers the chance to face future challenges and opportunities together with 2 days of learning, sharing and networking. Please