Market sources cite Backhouse Jones as “commercially minded; rather than pursuing a legal point for the sake of it, they apply it to the circumstances. They’re tenacious and very grounded”.
Guidance has recently been issued by the Office of the Traffic Commissioner on the permit application scheme and operators need to be registered and apply for these permits soon.
We have summarised some of the key points for operators from the Autumn Budget 2018 so you can see at a glance the points that might be important to you.
BREXIT – “No-deal”? We look at the implications for bus and coach operators entering mainland Europe.
During the months leading up to Britain’s exit from the EU, it is crucial that every field of business prepares for what their industry may face going forward in a different economic climate.
In the first of our “BREXIT – what if there is no deal?” series, we look at the implications for operators on motor insurance.
On 20 September 2018 we launched the first of our series of free webinars aimed specifically at operators in the PCV and HGV sectors.
The Department for Transport has issued 6 further technical notices issued on 24 September 2018 for plans if a “No deal” situation arises.
Following an analysis of traffic in England, Highways England has released figures as part of a new campaign to highlight the dangers of tailgating.
Ultra-low emissions vehicles, such as electric and hydrogen cars, could potentially be given green number plates in the next five years under plans which are part of a forthcoming Government consultation announced on 9 September 2018.