Lack Of Action Sees O Licence Cut

AN AYRSHIRE operator appeared before the deputy traffic commissioner in Edinburgh after failing to comply with undertakings it had given at a previous hearing. As a consequence, a restricted goods operator in Scotland has had its licence authorisation cut for two weeks after it appeared at two public inquiries for failing to employ a transport consultant, writes Chris Tindall.
Irvine based Andrew Wright Windows appeared before deputy traffic commissioner (DTC) Hugh Olson at an Edinburgh PI after failing to employ a consultant for at least six months to produce an audit report of compliance and that it would also ensure its vehicles and trailers underwent laden brake tests as part of every PMI.
At the second PI the operator accepted it had failed to carry out both undertakings: “The operator had a relationship with a transport consultant before the last public inquiry,” DTC Olson explained in his written decision.

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