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  • 20/07/2022

    DVSA now actively enforcing full & proper records for previous 28 days for all activity (24/7)

    A number of operators have been asking us recently for clarification around the recent changes to drivers’ hour law regarding manual entries. The legislation changes are not new and actually came into effect back in August 2020, but the DVSA were unable to enforce the changes due to Covid restrictions. However, the changes are now […]

  • 14/07/2022

    Traffic Commissioner warns that haulier’s O-licences may be at risk if they are not being vigilant of defects

    Kevin Rooney, West of England Traffic Commissioner, has warned that haulier’s O-licences may be at risk if they are not being vigilant of defects. Speaking at the Road Transport Expo, Rooney stated that hauliers need to be wary of the state of the trailers they are collecting and warned that if you are caught hauling […]

  • 11/07/2022

    Convey Speaking at the CILT Transport & Logistics Safety Forum Conference

    We are pleased to be part of the CILT (UK) Transport and Logistics Safety Forum Conference on 8th November. The forum is returning for the first time in person since after pandemic break, and will discuss how the transport and logistics industry are considering safety following the pandemic. Our Commercial Director, Karen Crispe FCILT, will be part […]

  • 29/06/2022

    DVSA report that MOT fraud is rife

    The DVSA has reported that MOT fraud is rife, with 1342 cases from 2021-22. In a recent blog the DVSA report that of these 1342, 710 (53%) were due to dishonesty and negligence. You can read their blog here ➡️ ? Road users and vehicle safety is paramount to us at Convey and our software […]

  • 15/06/2022

    DVSA Top 5 Defects & Offences for HGVs & PSVs

    At the CV show in May the DVSA gave some statistics which confirmed the top 5 defects and offences for both HGVs and PSVs. Drivers hours and tachograph records are on both of the top 5 lists. HGV’s Exceed 4.5 hours drive Condition of tyres Tachograph charts/records Insufficient daily rest Excess weight PSVs Tachograph charts/records […]

  • 31/05/2022

    DVSA report exemptions to vehicle testing during the pandemic didn’t affect vehicle safety

    During the Covid-19 pandemic, the DVSA supported the vehicle testing exemptions for HGVs which extended MOT expiry dates for 3 months. These exemptions gave fleet managers some leeway during what was a very difficult time for the transport industry. The DVSA discussed in their blog ⤵️ that despite the exemptions in testing, continued enforcement activity […]

  • 20/05/2022

    The Earned Recognition Scheme is a great way to keep on top of your fleets compliance!

    Being part of the scheme means you are less likely to get stopped on the roadside for checks or have your premised visited, as well as a host of other benefits. Some of which stated are: You’re less likely to be stopped at the roadside or have your premises visited You can get extra data […]

  • 12/05/2022

    Record levels of HGV driving tests

    ? According to new data from the DfT, there are now record levels of HGV driving tests being carried out. The Road Haulage Association, has called the figures “hugely positive” and we share this sentiment. We work in such an amazing sector and, although we still have a very long way to go, it is […]

  • 10/05/2022

    Convey Technology announces Hummingbird Logistic Services as Reseller Partner

    Founded in September 2020 by Steven Zwinkels, with the desire to make a difference to hauliers and support them in as many ways as possible, Hummingbird Logistic Services is a consultancy that refines processes and improves efficiencies using automation and carefully selected and affordable software solutions. With an existing relationship with Convey Technology’s Commercial Director […]

  • 27/04/2022

    The DVSA has announced changes to vehicle defect categorisations to come into effect on the 1st May

    The DVSA has announced changes to vehicle defect categorisations to come into effect on the 1st May. The new regulations have updated the categories of defects that can be found during roadside checks and what action will be taken when they are found. You can find the updated manual on the categorisation here ? […]