A Linwood transport firm, AK Express Scotland, has been refused permission to operate HGVs from Lanark and Paisley by industry regulator Joan Aitken.
Traffic Commissioner says that trust in Lyndon Thomas had been abused by “a lack of action and a lack of realisation”.
North West Traffic Commissioner revokes transport licence held by Walmersley-based business SR & RJ Brown, with effect from January 31, 2018.
Operator’s licence held by K & J Hodge Contractors revoked due to driver, tachograph and maintenance issues.
A lorry driver has been given a six-month prison sentence after the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) found he had not taken enough rest breaks.
The owner of a scaffolding business has lost his transport licence and been disqualified from running vehicles for two years.
A Birmingham poultry firm has had its transport licence suspended for two weeks after previous illegal vehicle operations were uncovered.
The director admitted that he deceived Government inspectors over the continued employment of a transport manager.
A potato merchant will not be given permission to operate HGVs until January 2018, industry regulator Nick Denton has ruled.
The Traffic Commissioners for Great Britain are warning commercial vehicle operators to improve their approach to brake performance testing.
Owner of a Bristol chilled food transport firm disqualified after two of his drivers were jailed for creating false records of their driving duties.
Sleeptherapy Beds has been refused a licence to run HGVs after putting road safety in jeopardy and undercutting legitimate operators.
A breakdown and recovery firm’s application for extra vehicles and trailers has been refused by Traffic Commissioner Kevin Rooney due to compliance concerns.
A transport manager who admitted falsifying vehicle maintenance records has been disqualified indefinitely by the Traffic Commissioner for Wales, Nick Jones.
A transport manager’s sustained neglect of his duties and lack of honesty in dealings with inspectors has led to a two-year disqualification from the industry.
Traffic Commissioner revokes operator's licence held by Alexander Coates and disqualifies him from holding or obtaining a licence for six months.
Traffic Commissioner for Wales revoked the licence held by Crofty Point Metals and disqualified the firm and director Cameron Collis for two years.
He was caught using his mobile phone on two separate occasions – one just days after new penalties had been introduced for the offence.
The Traffic Commissioner for Wales has warned HGV drivers will face strong action if they are caught tailgating – in any circumstances.
The licensing application process is a vital first step for a future operator to impress their “readiness to be compliant”, says Traffic Commissioner.