Proposed amendments to the Senior Traffic Commissioner’s Statutory Guidance and Directions have been welcomed by the FTA.
A furniture delivery business owner has been disqualified from truck operation for two and a half years, after he gave control of his vehicles to two brothers who ran the vehicles in a "truly shocking" state.
Glasgow firm Castle Contracts has had its operator licence revoked after another business was found to be operating its vehicles, in addition to poor vehicle safety.
A timber haulier has been suspended from operating HGVs for two months after Scotland’s Traffic Commissioner heard that the owner had breached rules designed to prevent driver fatigue.
A Rosehearty HGV driver has been disqualified from professional driving for 12 months after admitting he created false records.
Kevin Rooney wants fleets to ‘push back’ where they can do things differently to reduce their costs
Scotland’s traffic commissioner has ruled that South Lanarkshire boat transporter Alistair Adams was moving goods without a valid operator’s licence.
A fuel supplier has been refused permission to operate HGVs after the Traffic Commissioner ruled owners had acted disreputably with contempt for licensing laws.
South Wales transport firm Media Link Cardiff's vehicle licence has been curtailed after employing a "dangerously incompetent" transport manager.
Scotland's Traffic Commissioner has refused to grant a Stirling company permission to run HGVs because of the owner's previous history.
The Traffic Commissioner for Scotland has disqualified a truck driver for 15 months, due to "unacceptable behaviour".