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30th October 2017

Perfect storm of errors at Norfolk haulier leads to loss of O-licence

A catalogue of safety infringements has led to Norfolk-based recycling company Glazewing having its o-licence revoked. Among the faults found during traffic examiner investigations were unsatisfactory […]
30th October 2017

DVSA releases update on securing loads

The DVSA has updated its guidance to operators on securing loads in its latest publication. The most significant changes to “Load Securing: vehicle operator guidance” are concerned with […]
23rd October 2017

Six-month ban for sole trader with ‘no real understanding’ of O-licensing requirements

A Mansfield-based sole trader has been disqualified from holding an O-licence for six months after he was found to be operating without a transport manager for […]
23rd October 2017

Drivers to face life sentence for death-by-dangerous-driving offences

Drivers who cause death by dangerous driving, or through driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, could face life in prison under plans to increase […]