Between April 2016 and March 2017, more than 300 driving examiners, vehicle testers and roadside enforcement staff suffered physical or verbal abuse.
The owners of Porthmadog Skip Hire have been banned from running heavy goods vehicles indefinitely by the country’s Traffic Commissioner.
Business loses its transport licence after Traffic Commissioner says little regard was given to safety rules.
The owner of a pallet firm will been disqualified from running vehicles and lose his transport licence later this month.
A plant hire firm has failed in its bid to get back a vehicle that was impounded for illegal operation.
Philip Haynes-Smith hadn’t performed the role of transport manager for five years and had a “worrying lack of knowledge” of the drivers’ hours rules.
Senior TC Richard Turfitt (pictured) says Transport Manager conferences allow operators to understand the regulator's perspective and share their concerns about the industry.
A HGV driver has been disqualified from professional driving for 30 months after he falsified records and lied to government inspectors.
A transport manager who sought to mislead the West of England Traffic Commissioner has been disqualified from acting in that role for three years.
A truck driver has been disqualified from professional driving until June 2038 after his driver card was used by another employee.
A HGV driver has been banned from professional driving after breaking laws designed to prevent fatigue while working.
The director of a transport firm has been disqualified from operating vehicles by Scotland's Traffic Commissioner.
Two transport operators who illegally ran HGVs over a long and sustained period have been described as "dishonest" by Scotland's Traffic Commissioner.
The Senior Traffic Commissioner has warned operators facing a public inquiry to take immediate action over safety concerns – or risk losing their licence.
Scotland’s Traffic Commissioner has called on hauliers across the industry to make sure the place where they keep their HGVs is “safe and suitable” at all times.
Two HGV drivers have been suspended from professional driving for four weeks after using their mobile phones whilst at the wheel.
A HGV driver has been banned from professional driving for three years after he falsified his records and put other road users at risk.
A HGV driver has been banned from professional driving indefinitely and branded reckless after he left a hazardous waste spill from his vehicle unattended.
The North West TC has told compliant operators severe action will be considered for those caught using magnets to manipulate and conceal driving duties.
Scotland's Traffic Commissioner, Joan Aitken, has refused to give two impounded HGVs back to a Dyce rental firm because she was not satisfied the business owned the vehicles.