We provide expertise in helping businesses which require or hold an operator’s licence to run heavy goods vehicles, buses or coaches (including minibuses and stretched limousines) to negotiate the specialist regulations which apply to such operations. Our services include the provision of advice to the transport industries 24/7 and assistance to operators and their employees. We are an experienced team with a track record of success in this field, we offer representation at public inquiries before traffic commissioners (and in appeals) including applications for new licences where there are objections on environmental or road safety grounds, in regulatory proceedings where operators face disciplinary action which could put them out of business, or in the case of bus operators, where they are alleged to have failed to keep to their timetables. In addition, we act on behalf of professional drivers who face a driver conduct hearing.
We also offer advice and representation during interviews and in court proceedings in respect of those who face prosecution arising out of alleged offences which might put the future of an operator’s licence at risk.
When it comes to road transport law, few have as much experience as AMD Solicitors’ Philip Brown. A former specialist regulator for the goods and bus & coach industries, Philip was also Senior Traffic Commissioner for Great Britain from 2003-2011.
What our Clients say
We received an excellent and efficient service from start to finish. We couldn’t fault the highly professional support and always felt we knew exactly what was going on, and what we needed to do next. Couldn’t be faulted.20/02/2019
Excellent team! We first used AMD 13 years ago to supply our business (Studio 2, Exhibition and Display Graphics) with a shareholders agreement and T&Cs. Their advice then was invaluable and they continue to be a great support to our growing business.30/01/2019
From sale agreement to completion in one month for our commercial property, really good smooth personal service. I highly recommend.22/05/2019
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