Jaama has anticipated a boost in business ‘validated IT supplier’ for the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency’s (DVSA) Earned Recognition Scheme.
Traffic commissioners and the DVSA to crack down on operators using ‘tank is full’ emulators.
The FTA is launching a new service aimed at supporting fleet operators who want to join the DVSA's voluntary Earned Recognition Scheme.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has launched its flagship earned recognition scheme.
More than 5% – one in 20 – commercial vehicles stopped last year had breached drivers’ hours rules.
Jaama will be showcasing new functionality introduced to its MyVehicle at the Commercial Vehicle Show 2018.
The DVSA will start issuing on-the-spot penalties to lorry, bus and coach drivers who repeatedly break drivers’ hours rules from next month (Monday, March 5).
DVSA has published the list of lorry, bus and coach operators taking part in its earned recognition for commercial vehicle operators pilot.
R2c Online has released an Earned Recognition explainer video featuring the DVSA.
Hoban Transport has achieved full digital compliance and other benefits since joining r2c Online last year.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has revealed that one in 12 lorries checked by its examiners were fitted with emissions fraud devices.
The DVSA has issued a warning to fleets after roadside checks uncovered “very high” levels of use of emissions-cheating devices that disable AdBlue systems.
Software-as-a-Service and mobile phone apps are transforming how businesses keep control of their fleets. But be mindful of new data protection rules next year.
DVSA is seeking views from Authorised Testing Facilities (ATFs) operators on their test slot booking processes with a new survey.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has appointed Ian Baulch-Jones as a new non-executive director.
TruTac has experienced an enthusiastic take up of its recently introduced Earned Recognition reporting features.
Goods delivery drivers must perform walk around checks on their vehicles this November the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has urged.
Switching to digital is the first step to Earned Recognition, and operators that comply with KPI requirements will reduce time-consuming roadside checks.
DVSA traffic examiners will be given new powers to issue on-the-spot fines for any drivers’ hours offences committed in the past 28 days.
Between April 2016 and March 2017, more than 300 driving examiners, vehicle testers and roadside enforcement staff suffered physical or verbal abuse.