Licence cut for Club Travel Minibuses


O-Licence cut because of concerns over vehicle maintenance. TC gives firm one last chance with new TM
In cutting the national O-Licence held by Wakefield-based Club Travel Minibuses, from five vehicles to one, Traffic Commissioner (TC) Tim Blackmore said that it was the company’s last chance.

The company had been called before the TC because of concerns over vehicle maintenance including the alleged fraudulent completion of PMI sheets by a former director.

For the company, Bill Bowling said that there was now only sufficient work for one vehicle. They only needed one or possibly two O . . .

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