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Safeguard your company against fines, prosecution or financial exposure from unlicenced or unentitled drivers.

Employer’s Legal Obligations

Employers and employees should take reasonable precautions to mitigate risks whilst driving at work. Negligent employers may be criminally liable for corporate manslaughter in the case of a serious road accident.

A fundamental element when mitigating the risk to an organisation should be the validation of apersons right to drive a vehicle. Steps must be taken to reduce the risk presented by the driver to themselves and other road users. Driving licence entitlement and risk potential need to be checked on a regular basis.

Every employer who runs a fleet or allows their employees to drive their own vehicle on business is subject to certain legal obligations:

  •   Take reasonable steps to ensure the safety of their drivers and other road users
  •   Ensure vehicles are roadworthy, taxed and insured
  •   Put rigorous checking processes in place to manage grey fleet
  •   Adhere to specific DVSA standards if they are a goods vehicle operator


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How does it work?

Our integration partners access the Driver Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) ‘Live’ database to check your employees current endorsement status. Under the Data Protection Act an employee must consent to their licence details being checked.  Permission is granted either electronically or by paper mandate and consent lasts for three years.

The licence data is fully integrated into your FleetCheck account and will automatically update any outstanding alerts and provide details on expiry or revocations.

All the leading licence checking companies integrate with FleetCheck