The company was called before the TC due to concerns over vehicle maintenance
The actions of a driver who took out a vehicle without giving it a walk-round check led to Peterlee-based North East Coachways being hauled before Traffic Commissioner (TC) Tim Blackmore.
The company, which holds an eight-vehicle International O-Licence, had been called to a Leeds Public Inquiry (PI) because of concerns over finance and vehicle maintenance.
In the event, the TC took no action other than to issue a given a formal warning. He gave the company a period of grace until 11 May . . .