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Tachograph & Drivers' Hours Offences

There are restrictions to the number of hours that goods drivers can work. Goods drivers must observe the limits placed upon the number of hours they can drive and work in addition to observing the minimum requirement of breaks and rest periods. We are familiar with the rules placed on certain drivers and their exemptions along with the obligations to keep records by means of an analogue or digital tachograph.

There are many offences and breaches that arise from the improper use of tachographs and the keeping of records. If you find yourself facing an allegation arising from the improper use of a tachograph or worst a suggestion of altering a record we would strongly recommend that you contact one of Motoring Law Specialists without delay.

Breaching the drivers house rules can result in a fine of up to £2,500. Fraudulently altering a tachograph record can result in a term of imprisonment being imposed.

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