Three prohibition after final warnin
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• Broxburnbased Kim Henderson faces having his 0licence suspended after failing to appear at an Edinburgh disciplinary inquiry.
Scottish Traffic Commissioner Michael Betts gave Henderson, trading as 3a Transport Services, 14 days in which to make representations against the proposed revocation of his licence for four vehicles and six trailers.
At a public inquiry last October the duration of Henderson's licence was cut and he was given a final warning about maintenance.
The TC was told that since then a further three prohibition
notices had been issue Henderson's vehicles; two fi nificant maintenance fa and two variation notici maintenance investigatio April revealed shortcomir the maintenance systemmai drivers defect rep system had not yet been cluced and no vehicle insp records were available.
Henderson had failed t duce tachograph record three vehicles for Novembi December. When asked by fie examiner whether he comply with the notice t duce the records, Hendersc replied that he would "pn just bin it". At a subsequer Henderson's father had sin they could not pi any tachograph n because they did no them as they were lil be offensive.
In March Hendt father was arrested driving one of the vehicles. He initiall) a false name but are his correct name admitted that he banned from driviq Since August 199 Henderson had bee victed of three offer unauthorised use, tachograph of using a vehicle IA insurance and fail produce a driving lk