A total of 8,444 HGVs and 310 PSVs were stopped for Driver CPC enforcement purposes from 10 September to 16 October, according to DVSA. This saw 196 Driver CPC offences recorded and 113 fixed penalties issued. Of these penalties, 106 related to “Driver CPC – no evidence of training or exemption”. The remainder concerned “no initial or periodic training”. The majority of infringements related to HGVs, with just eight of the 113 offences recorded against PSVs. UK resident drivers attracted […]
The DSA is to work with the industry to develop a revised process for approving Driver CPC training courses.
Operators have told the DVSA its earned recognition scheme will only work if it does not abuse the privilege of handling highly sensitive data.
Gareth Llewellyn has been named as the new chief executive of the DVSA, after Alastair Peoples retired from the role last year.