Truck drivers can now apply and pay for their tachograph cards online thanks to a new digital service from the DVLA.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) have announced that MOT tests for lorries, buses or trailers will restart from July 4.
Speeding offences top large goods vehicle driver points tally.
ADLV survery shows demand for DVSA data increase.
Many attend investigations without letting employers know they are being interviewed. That’s not the best way to address the matter, says senior traffic commissioner
The FTA provides guidance on what the different colours used on flashing lights denote, with a Q&A from Eamonn Brennan.
Members of the Association for Driving Licence Verification (ADLV) are now adding Tacho and CPC data to their products.
The DVLA has now agreed to supply Tacho and CPC Data to the haulage industry, through ADLV members.
NSL, the company contracted by DVLA to remove untaxed cars, has had its truck operators licence reduced for four weeks by the Traffic Commissioner.
An inquiry into the Glasgow lorry bin crash has called on the Government to overhaul the law governing the non-disclosure of medical information.
Bin lorry crash driver ‘misled’ employers about medical condition