A sales manager who forged solicitors’ letters to secure MOT garage applications was handed an 18-month suspended sentence at Newport Crown Court last week for knowingly providing false information. This is the first ever prosecution for providing fraudulent solicitors’ letters as part of MOT garage applications. The court heard that Thomas Richard Woods, a sales […]
The chief executive of the DVSA has told an influential group of MPs that traffic commissioners should be “abolished” and operator cases pursued through the courts instead. Giving evidence to the transport select committee, which is currently investigating the work of the enforcement agency, outgoing chief Gareth Llewellyn described the TCs as “anachronistic” and said […]
A haulage company and its director have been fined £9,923 for moving waste in and out of an illegal waste site in Fineshade, Northamptonshire.
FairFuel (UK) and the Alliance of British Drivers (ABD) have teamed up to legally challenge the Mayor of London’s decision to increase the congestion charge after a lawyer served him with a pre-action protocol letter.