Fleets are being encouraged to remind drivers to pay the Dart Charge within 24 hours of using the Dartford Crossing.
Two-thirds of motorists believe the Government should introduce technology to disable certain phone functions for the sake of safety, according to new research by Continental Tyres.
Following a recent survey of over 100 senior UK haulage fleet managers, conducted by the Association for Driving Licence Verification (ADLV) www.adlv.co.uk, the DVLA has now agreed to supply Tacho and CPC Data to the haulage industry. The data will be made available in the New Year, alongside driving licence data already available through the
UK manufacturing remained on a “firm footing” last month, with the weaker pound boosting exports, according to a closely-watched survey.
Driving licence checks carried out by fleets have risen 30.4% year-on-year, according to Freedom of Information figures seen by the Association for Driving Licence Verification (ADLV).
A new study by Brake, the road safety charity, has revealed 92% of people back some kind of restriction for newly qualified drivers.
A 56-day driving ban given to driver caught speeding at 154mph has been described as a “joke”.