ADLV Collaborates with DVLA for Advanced Real-Time Validation System of Fleet Driving Licences

    The Association for Driving Licence Verification (ADLV) has recently launched a new digital service in partnership with the DVLA to provide real-time driving licence data checks for fleet customers. This secure web service, subject to consent from licence holders, will allow ADLV members and other organisations that meet DVLA requirements to perform round-the-clock licence checks. The system will also enable faster processing of licence data in batches. The aim is for this new service to replace the current Electronic Driver Entitlement Checking Service (EDECS) system provided by the DVLA.
    This new digital service will not only benefit fleet users by providing real-time checks and faster processing, but it will also redefine best practice in the industry. Kevin Curtis, Technical Director of the ADLV, believes that the benefits of this new platform are clear and that working closely with the DVLA will allow ADLV members to deliver a superior service to fleet users.
    Eddie Eusebi, a founder member of the ADLV, supports Curtis’ comments and emphasizes the importance of the association working with the DVLA to ensure best practice and compliance for its members.
    The initial ADLV member organisations include Licence Check Ltd, Drivercheck Ltd, Licence Bureau Ltd, Fleet Claims Administration Ltd, DrivingMonitor, AA DriveTech (UK) Ltd, GB Group plc, Pinewood Technologies, Admin Business Solutions, Interactive Driving Systems Ltd, Fleet Partnership Solutions Ltd, Chalcheck Limited, Descartes Systems UK Ltd, Intelligent Data Systems (UK) Ltd., Inchcape Fleet Solutions, and Jaama Limited.
    The new service is nearing completion and is expected to launch in early 2015.

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