Posted: Friday 25 November 2016
It's easy to get confused by the complications involved in the UK licence system. However, if you manage a fleet of professional drivers, then it's essential to make sure these individuals know how to conduct themselves on the road.
Posted: Friday 18 November 2016
Fleet managers have a lot of different factors to think about when it comes to ensuring the safety and performance of their drivers. For instance, when their drivers reach the age of 45, or when a fleet manager hires a driver older than 45, that individual may need to renew his or her licence in order to drive minibuses, buses, or lorries every five years.
Posted: Friday 11 November 2016
For professional fleet managers, it's not only important to keep track of the marks that your drivers have on their licences, but also which kinds of vehicles they are permitted to drive thanks to their individual level of experience behind the wheel.
Posted: Friday 04 November 2016
Employers that manage a professional fleet of drivers should be completely aware of their responsibility to make sure that they offer clear guidelines for professional performance among their drivers.
Posted: Friday 28 October 2016
The subject of drivers being stopped unfairly by the police crops up again and again in the media, but a lot of people aren't actually clear on what their rights are. Here we take a look at the law and your rights when it comes to being stopped while driving.
Posted: Friday 21 October 2016
When recruiting new employees to your driving fleet, or company that utilises drivers on a regular basis, it's important to ensure that their licence information is up to date, and that they are eligible to operate vehicles on the UK roads.
Posted: Friday 14 October 2016
The length of time penalty points stay on your driving licence is a much more complicated subject than it seems. Here we explain the basics, and what the law could mean for you.
Posted: Friday 07 October 2016
If you have recently begun checking your employees driving licences more regularly, then it's important to ensure you have an up-to-date version of the offence codes that are used to classify illegal driving activities in the UK. These codes reference some of the most serious conviction codes that might appear on any given license, and additional lists can be found on the DVLA website.
Posted: Friday 30 September 2016
The UK Government is set to change the face of the fleet car market, as a new strategy outlines plans for nearly all UK fleet cars and vans to be zero emissions by 2050.
Posted: Friday 23 September 2016
Experts are frequently calling for fleet managers to conduct more regular checks on driver licence entitlement - including frequent checks where driver risk profiles warrant higher caution. Currently, most organisations are only checking their employee's licences on a bi-annual, or annual basis.