The operator was called before the DTC after concerns over a driver’s missing mileage
Tachograph offences committed by a driver employed by Manchester-based Coach Options, has led to its International O-Licence being cut from 12 vehicles to nine for six weeks by Deputy Traffic Commissioner (DTC) Simon Evans at a Golborne Public Inquiry (PI).
For the company, Scott Bell said that the issue was one of missing mileage. There were no issues with the company’s other drivers. Tracking reports showed that the driver concerned had been doing things he was not authorised to do by the . . .