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Refused an Operator’s Licence

Have you been refused an Operator’s Licence?

If you have been refused an Operator’s Licence by the Traffic Commissioner, Keep Me on the Road can help you today – Call 0800 046 3066

We understand that hearing that you have been refused an Operator Licence can be an incredibly frustrating experience. After having sent all your documents and waited weeks for a decision, or even having attended Public Inquiry, it is a major blow to be told that it has come to nothing.

At Keep Me on the Road, we can help you successfully obtain an Operator Licence even if a previous application has been refused by the Traffic Commissioner.

As a new applicant, you must satisfy the Traffic Commissioner that you meet all of the mandatory requirements which include having good repute and fitness to hold a licence, a professionally competent Transport Manager, financial standing and a suitable Operating Centre.

We can help you to demonstrate these requirements and advise of how to adapt your business to fulfil the criteria. We have represented many Operators who have previously been refused an Operator Licence or who face Public Inquiry to have their application determined.

An Operator Licence may be refused for a number of reasons including previous convictions, poor history with another Operator Licence, suspicions of fronting or because of insufficient evidence. We can help you obtain your Licence and advise how to stay compliant once the Licence is granted.

For more information on applying for an operator’s licence contact our transport team on Freephone 0800 046 3066