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BIG BROTHER’S WATCHING YOU
Companies in China have begun using technology to monitor the emotions of their employees.
AdBlue Issues? Go to an authorised dealer or take professional advice from the DVSA or a solicitor
OTC advice regarding use of AdBlue emulators
Did you know? PSV Registration of Local Services Amendment 24 April 2018
Very little has been written about the new Regulations, but the amendment will be relevant to operators running (or wishing to run) local bus services.
DVSA Earned Recognition Scheme Goes Live: Want to Apply to Join?
Tuesday 24 April 2018 the DVSA launched its earned recognition scheme
DVSA Updates Guide to Maintaining Roadworthiness
The DVSA has issued a revised and updated edition of its “Guide to Maintaining Roadworthiness”
Toll money BACK?
The floodgates may be about to open for a number of appeals regarding payment of the Mersey Gateway Bridge toll
Update on treatment of drivers' hours offences
Changes to the law on drivers' hours offences now in force
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The Traffic Commissioners and the DVSA have recently issued separate warnings to operators of the need to improve their approach to brake performance testing
Carillion has gone bust. This will affect many businesses all over the world. How might this affect your business?
Leeds City Council has announced its proposals to reduce air pollution and protect the health of people in the city
DVLA has released an updated “Assessing Fitness to Drive: a Guide for Medical Professionals”
The European Court of Justice has confirmed that Uber is a cab firm
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has confirmed the rights of professional drivers to access bathrooms in the premises they visit as part of their work.
The level of funds that standard national and standard international licence holders will be required to demonstrate access to in 2018 has increased slightly from this year.
Transport for London (TfL) has announced further details about the Direct Vision Standard.
Certain heavy vehicles that are based on a HGV chassis will no longer be exempt from plating and testing.
The Government has confirmed its plans to increase the maximum sentences for certain driving the offences.
The European Court of Justice held that anyone deemed to be a “worker” is entitled to claim holiday pay for the whole of their employment, if they had not been allowed to exercise their right to take it.
Major group action against truck manufacturers likely to exceed £1billion in value as Road Haulage Association extends legal team.
Including Senior Traffic Commissioner Richard Turfitt as keynote speaker.
A UK bus operator has admitted to deliberately avoiding setting up workplace pension schemes for 36 members of staff, despite them meeting the auto-enrolment criteria.
London’s Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) will be introduced on 8 April 2019 (17 months earlier than originally anticipated).
New Regulations came into force on 1 October 2017 creating a requirement for shippers and consignors to provide a statement of weight.