ASA Travel has had its O-Licence cut after poor MoT record and concerns over drivers’ hours
A failure to improve a poor annual test record has led to the 15-vehicle O-Licence held by Birmingham-based ASA Travel being cut to 10 vehicles for 21 days by Traffic Commissioner (TC) Nick Denton.
The company had been called before the TC because of concerns over vehicle maintenance, drivers’ hours offences and the use of an unauthorised operating centre.
At the outset the TC said that he felt that there had been insufficient improvement since the company had had a . . .