Statistics published by the DVSA (Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency) for FY 2017-18 shows that drivers’ hours and tachograph records offences are still the most common offences for prosecution of HGV Operators accounting for 84.5% of convictions.
Top 5 HGV offences for prosecution.
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With reported driver shortages and the number of unfilled driver vacancies some operators may be tempted to stretch drivers’ hours and falsify tachograph records.
However, any responsible operator will be using tachograph analysis software such as Smartanalysis
to ensure they are compliant with drivers’ hours and tachograph regulations so that they are not one of the 84.5% of convictions.
Tachograph analysis software is not just for the big operators. Smaller operators can also take advantage of Smartanalysis to manage their compliance with a Smartanalysis pre-pay subscription
for just £40 per driver per year or less if you subscribe to 2 to five years. Get a quote for your fleet
For the full statistical data on offences and convictions see, Top 10 Offences for Prosecution