The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) summary report about fleet compliance checks throughout 2014 and 2015 can be found here
The report is a summary of random checks by DVSA Traffic Examiners for roadworthiness and traffic compliance by goods vehicle operators of both UK and Foreign registered vehicles.
Once again, the two most common offences found during roadside checks are for tachograph and drivers’ hour infringements.
Infringements invariably result in a PG9 prohibition notice.
Issued by the DVSA at checkpoints and roadside these prohibitions can have devastating effect upon your Operator’s OCRS rating.
The DVSA actively target Amber and Red operators during their roadside enforcement operations.
The message is clear, fail to comply with legislation, and your operators’ licence could be at risk.