Department for Transport planning to consult on tachograph data downloads

Published: 24 October 2012

Department for Transport planning to consult on tachograph data downloads
Plans to extend the time required between tachograph data downloads are on the cards, in an effort to ease the regulatory burden on UK hauliers and remove barriers to growth, reports Commercial Motor magazine.
Currently operators must download data from vehicle units at least every 56 days, but the government is looking to set up a consultation to consider increasing this to 90 days.
Although a consultation date is yet to be launched, the idea was proposed by the Department for Transport (DfT) in a Logistics Growth Review published last year.
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