A Traffic Commissioner has reminded operators they need to understand and respect the rights of public employees, including those who carry out enforcement activities.
A haulier has 14 days to prove it is directly employing its drivers or demonstrate that using self-employed drivers is legal for the activities they undertake.
Traffic Commissioner issues ban after unroadworthy vehicle is involved in a collision which caused life changing injuries for a pedestrian.
Richard Turfitt has been appointed as the new Senior Traffic Commissioner by Transport Minister John Hayes.
The Traffic Commissioner for Wales, has refused to give a Merthyr Tydfil groundworks firm permission to operate vehicles.
A Salford cash and carry firm has lost its transport licence after an industry regulator ruled vehicle safety standards at the business were “truly appalling”.
The director of a Mold haulage firm has been disqualified for 12 months.
East of England Traffic Commissioner has called on standard licence holders to make sure they can demonstrate a ‘genuine link’ with their transport managers.
Deputy Traffic Commissioner Anthony Seculer said the firm had responded promptly and appropriately to an unsatisfactory maintenance investigation by DVSA.
A haulage firm which significantly compromised road safety has been disqualified from running vehicles for 12 months by the Traffic Commissioner for Wales.
Traffic Commissioner for the West of England, Kevin Rooney, has disqualified a transport manager indefinitely after concluding that he appeared to “care nothing of the condition of his fleet”.
A firm has failed in its bid to operate extra HGVs after an industry regulator found there was insufficient management of compliance within the company.
Director of a caravan firm has been disqualified from running HGVs after he put the lives of other road users at risk by allowing another driver to abuse road safety rules.
A Meiford livestock haulier is set to lose his HGV operating licence.
Traffic Commissioner warns operator licence holders who provide cover for disqualified operators they could be disqualified.
Two new traffic commissioners have been appointed by Transport Secretary Chris Grayling.
Operators are being warned their licences could be revoked if the mandatory requirements are not met when the time expires.
Nick Jones, the Traffic Commissioner for Wales, has refused to return an impounded vehicle to an Irish logistics firm.
A bed manufacturer will have its transport licence suspended for 21 days later this month after failing to comply with vehicle and driver safety rules.
A transport manager has been disqualified after the Traffic Commissioner said his knowledge of compliance procedures was “poor in the extreme”.