Law & Legislation

MOT

Mandatory MOT testing to be reintroduced fr...

Jun 30, 2020No Comments

Mandatory MOT testing is to be reintroduced from 1 August 2020 as COVID-19 restrictions are slowly lifted, Roads Minister Baroness Vere has announced today (Monday

photocard

Companies need to be alert over new photoca...

Jun 15, 2020No Comments

Companies need to be alert to a new Government ruling that gives a seven-month extension to drivers whose photocard driving licence expires between the start

customs clearance

Taking back control of customs clearance

Jun 15, 2020No Comments

While the topic of Brexit has taken somewhat of a backseat over recent months with the impact of Covid-19, we remain in the period of

police pursuits

Report examines the safety of police pursui...

Jun 08, 2020Comments off

A new report into the safety of police pursuits in London has been published, setting out a series of recommendations to reduce the associated risks.

PACTS

PACTS report: Roads policing and its implic...

Jun 04, 2020Comments off

The government should be guided by the science and prioritise roads policing to save lives and to combat wider criminality. A report released today [28

driving offences

Automatic £130 fines for minor driving off...

Jun 02, 2020Comments off

Drivers could face fines of £130 for minor driving offences as the Government considers handing local councils new powers to improve roads for cyclists and

VisionTrack

VisionTrack highlights increased levels of ...

May 19, 2020Comments off

Vehicle data taken from the VisionTrack IoT platform backs recent motoring research and Police figures that points towards drivers increasingly flouting the speed limit during

Congestion Charge

Response to the re-introduction of the Cong...

May 18, 2020Comments off

Congestion Charge increases – AA reaction: Commenting on the increases to Congestion Charges announced by TfL, Edmund King, AA president, said: “Even though TfL were

Congestion Charge

Congestion Charge for London returns with p...

May 18, 2020Comments off

Under the terms of a £1.6bn government bailout, the congestion charge in London will be re-introduced from today (18 May 2020). The bailout was emergency

company car

Coronavirus: HMRC publishes new official co...

May 11, 2020Comments off

HMRC has issued guidance to fleets on how to treat benefit-in-kind (BIK) tax and company car expenses during the coronavirus pandemic. The new HMRC advice aims

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