TAC is looking to help you apply for an Operator’s Licence – we provide clients with assistance during the Operator’s Licence application process. We have extensive experience in dealing with O Licence applications on a daily basis and our team of experts will provide you with the perfect service for your needs. We are a knowledgeable company with over 25 years’ experience helping individuals and companies looking to increase their licences.

The Goods Vehicle Operator Licensing scheme is administered by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) on behalf of the Traffic Commissioners, although the rules and fees are different if you are in Northern Ireland.

What you need to know about applying for a goods Operator’s Licence:

There are 8 traffic areas in Great Britain with a Traffic Commissioner responsible for each area.

You’ll need to hold a Goods Vehicle Operator’s Licence for each traffic area where you have an operating centre.

Traffic Commissioners are responsible in their area for:

• Licensing operators of Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs)

• Granting vocational licences

• Taking action against drivers of HGVs

• The environmental suitability of HGV operating centres

• Applications for new licences

• Disciplinary action against operators who have broken the conditions of their licences

Why choose TAC to deal with your Operator’s Licence application?

TAC has extensive experience in dealing with applications on a daily basis. This experience, coupled with a good relationship with the Office of the Traffic Commissioner, places TAC in a strong position when dealing with new applications or amendments to your current Operator’s Licence.

Once approved, your Operator’s Licence would require a robust system of compliance with the aim of maintaining all undertakings set down in the licence. Registering your company for the Operator Licensing Self Service on www.gov.uk will allow online access to your Operator Licence details.

TAC are able to assist you with the following:

There are three different types of Operator Licence. Speaking with one of our experts will help determine which licence best suits you. If you are caught having no licence, or the wrong licence, you risk receiving a fine of up to £5000 and having your vehicle impounded. Licences are needed for carrying goods in a lorry, van or other vehicle that is either 3,500 kg or 1,525 kg when it’s not carrying any passengers or goods.

Contact us today to find out more about how to apply for an Operator’s Licence by calling 01375 470700

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