Those who operate in the transportation industry all face the same issue: understanding which operator license is most suitable for …
A Transport Manager is responsible for helping to ensure that all goods & passengers reach their destinations safely. Here’s a helpful list of responsibilities.
An Operator needs to ensure they regularly perform a brake test and check the testing reports as they tell you much more than whether your vehicle has passed or failed.
From the 2nd February 2022, new EU rules mean if you operate loaded goods journeys in and between European Member States (cabotage or cross-trade), you may need to register information digitally about your journeys on a new EU web-based portal.
From 21 May 2022, transport companies and couriers using vans and car and trailers over 2.5 tonnes to transport goods in the EU will need a Standard International Goods Vehicle Operator Licence and have a designated Transport Manager.
New rules will apply next year for all UK individuals and businesses operating goods vehicles to, from and between EU countries. This includes light good vehicles such as vans, on certain loaded international journeys.
To make the tachograph application process faster and easier, the DVLA has launched a new online DVLA digital tachograph service for applying and paying for a driver digital tachograph card.
Overview of Operator Licensing and who needs a goods vehicle Operator’s Licence This Blog is to cover the overview of …