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Licence hinges on doors

27th October 1994
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Keywords : Truck, Environment

• The licences of associated Fife operators W&J Collier and Droverhall Transport have been suspended by Scottish LA Michael Betts until their workshop doors are fully operational, in line with environmental conditions on their licences.

The two firms, both based at Droverhall Farm, Crossgates, appeared at an Edinburgh disciplinary inquiry because of concern over their maintenance standards and alleged breaches of environmental conditions.

For the two firms, it was said that a contract had been entered into with Volvo Eurotruck for the monthly inspection and repair of L and M-registered trucks. The remainder of the two fleets would be inspected monthly at the Perth goods vehicle testing station, with intermediate inspections being carried out in-house. A dri

vers daily nil defect reporting system would be set up.

The LA curtailed the duration of both licences to expire at the end of next August instead of at the end of 1998. He reduced W&J Collier's licence from 30 vehicles and nine trailers to 20 vehicles and nine trailers: Droverhall Transport's licence was reduced from nine vehicles and five trailers to five vehicles and five trailers.


People: Michael Betts
Locations: Edinburgh

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