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Let FleetPoint make your job easier by putting you in touch with a professional driving licence checking service – for FREE! 

Employing a driver who is not fully qualified to do the job could spell disaster for your company.

With so much at stake, both in terms of reputation and finance, it is vital you do all you can to ensure your employees are driving legally.

You could easily reduce insurance premiums, corporate risk and stress levels by employing a professional licence checking service to take care of the process.

What’s more, you could save a lot of money, long-term, by doing so.

For more FREE information on licence checking services, email sales@fleetpoint.org, or call 01772 440139.

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LICENCECHECK has been providing a high quality Driving Licence Checking and Monitoring Service to businesses since 2004. The online service enables Fleet Managers, HR Departments, Directors and Business Owners to efficiently validate the driving licence records of all who drive on their company business. This low cost service uses ‘LIVE’ DVLA data to allow companies to conduct their licence checks 24/7 through a secure on-line platform. LICENCECHECK protects companies from work related road risk, assists compliance with Duty of Care, Health & Safety and Insurance requirements, and reduces the chance of potential prosecution under the Corporate Manslaughter Act. Visit Our Feature Page