Month: March 2017

Road Transport Lawyers Providing Guidance on Technical Subjects

Providing our customers with the best information is important to AFM.  We are proud to have David King-Christopher BA MJ LLb (Hons) working with us to cover some of the tricky legal stuff in our newsletter. David will be contributing some blogs regarding the legal implications of issues that affect drivers every day. While having

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Counting Time

We are still hearing that some drivers are confused about a couple of rules that involve counting time and in particular, counting 24 hour periods. Now you all know that your working time resets after you take a 7 hour rest break applicable to your work/rest option, but what happens if you take two 7

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The Difference Between BFM and AFM Driver Training

One of the questions we are most often asked is what is the difference between driver training for BFM and driver training for AFM? Under BFM, Operators that are a part of the National Heavy Vehicle Accreditation Scheme (NHVAS), can schedule drivers to work for up to 14 hours in a 24 hour period providing

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