Statement from OCR exam board. Due to the current restrictions of the coronavirus outbreak, we are not able to run the June 2020 CPC tests. We are looking to offer another assessment opportunity when it is safe to do so. Coronavirus has led to the closure of many centres and the safety of CPC candidates […]
Many operators may have vehicles that are not being used during the pandemic conditions. For guidance on how to re-instate vehicles and many other licensing issues please read the Traffic Commissioners advice for operators which is updated regularly as the situation develops.
Driving tests are currently suspended for up to 3 months (from 20 March 2020) due to coronavirus. You can apply for an emergency test if you’re a critical worker. More information can be found at GOV.UK
The government is taking action to protect essential supply chains by making temporary provisions for commercial drivers aged 45 and over, to forgo the need for a D4 medical in order to renew their driving entitlement. This change is temporary and will only apply where the driver does not have any existing notifiable health conditions, […]
During the coronavirus outbreak it may be difficult for drivers to complete their Driver CPC periodic training. The Department for Transport has therefore put in place temporary changes in professional driver qualification requirements. This means that drivers whose Driver CPC card expires in the period from 1 March 2020 to 30 September 2020 can continue […]