Operator Licensing

If you transport goods, fluids, food stuff's, many other products or people in a large goods vehicle or passenger carrying vehicle an operator licence is required for the vehicle. Below are some areas that should be considered.

Best Practice

It is imperative that you keep your documentation in a logical filing system that enables you to find what you're looking for quickly.

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Financial Standing

The law requires a traffic commissioner to be satisfied that vehicle operators have enough financial resources to run their businesses and maintain their vehicles and why financial standing is vital.

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Quick O Licence Guide

This is a brief guide to Operator Licensing for Transport and Logistic operators. This particular section ia qick reference guide

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Operator Forms

There are many forms that operators will require at some point during their career within the industry, just a few to review that may be helpful.

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Operator Guides

The information within provides a brief overview of each with a link to download the chosen guide.

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Public Inquiry

Traffic commissioners are responsible for licensing and regulating operators of heavy goods vehicles (HGVs, LGVs), public service vehicles (PSVs) and local bus services. They can also take action against their drivers if they do not follow the rules.

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Insolvency

Insolvency is a state of financial distress in which a business or a person is unable to meet their financial commitment or for reasons outside of their control which means the business is legally unable to continue to trade by law.

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