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Are you at risk of conviction for your employees’ driving offences?

By |2020-09-17T10:31:02+01:00September 17th, 2020|News|

Responsible parties can incur the same penalty points as the actual vehicle driver due to the often unknown and much misunderstood ‘cause or permit to drive’ legislation which means that even though the initial offence was committed by a third party, it was ultimately the fleet manager’s responsibility.

Alphabet joins up with Licence Bureau to introduce compliance management service

By |2017-11-20T12:28:58+00:00March 12th, 2015|Driving licence checks, Keep it legal|

BUSINESS Mobility services specialist, Alphabet, has teamed up with driver licence compliance company Licence Bureau, as part of its growing driver compliance Risk Management contribution. Alphabet will be utilising Licence Bureau’s online CMS (Compliance Managed Services) portal, giving the company access to a range of compliance and licence check tools. The system also monitors fleets of drivers, warning management of [...]

Thousands of drivers found to be illegal

By |2017-12-08T15:58:22+00:00June 1st, 2012|Driving licence checks, Keep it legal|

Genuine: Illegal licences are a growing menace for businesses and drivers need thorough checks Author: ROBIN ROBERTS Thousands of workers in the UK are on the road illegally, suggest statistics from the Licence Bureau. According to the company, which verifies driving licences on behalf of businesses, there are approximately 24,000 business drivers on the road that should not [...]

Licence checks reveal growing problem of illegal drivers who hide their details

By |2017-11-20T12:18:42+00:00May 15th, 2012|Driving licence checks, Keep it legal|

  Author: ROBIN ROBERTS UK motorists are facing increasing danger on roads as thousands of workers are thought to be illegally driving for businesses. Based on the checks that it carries out every week, Licence Bureau, the UK’s leading authority on driver qualifications, estimates that there are 24,000 people driving illegally for companies in Britain today.  During 2011 [...]

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