Tag : DVLA
Action by the DVLA to remove previous keeper information from V5 log books could bring increased fraud on used vehicles, according to Cap HPI.
Demand for used diesel and ultra-low emission vehicles rose in Q1, with drivers showing particular interest in zero-emission vehicles.
More than 930,000 drivers’ licences were lost in 2017, costing motorists around £19m in total to replace.
Motorists are incurring less penalty points for driver offences, new research indicates.
A hard-core of drivers are persisting in using handheld phones behind the wheel despite the increase in penalties last March.
Fleets are getting on top of their compliance requirements including through the adoption of regular licence checks.
The UK’s licence checking market continues to see growth with independent licence checking supplier the Licence Bureau putting in a strong performance over the last year…
Selenity has updated its Expenses cloud technology with a new licence checking function that could cut costs and enhance risk management for firms with company and/or … Read More »
GPs can now advise the DVLA (DVA in Northern Ireland) if a patient is unfit to drive but continues to do so.
Fleets are being urged to make sure they’re ready for a new law next month that means EU member states have to share information on drivers … Read More »
The DVLA has published its strategic plan for the next three years, including improving services for corporate customers and enhancing fitness-to-drive notifications as well as becoming … Read More »
Jaama has taken a further step in its plans for a paperless office with the launch of a new module for fleets that elect for V5C … Read More »
The DVLA has been accused of major failings in assessing people’s fitness to drive, resulting in vulnerable drivers being left in limbo for years.