APN demands two-year suspension of Driver CPC

APN demands two-year suspension of Driver CPC
 

Pallet networks want to see the Driver CPC suspended for two years with a promise it will be reformed or abolished, in order to attract back a "mass exodus" of professional drivers.

The association of pallet networks (APN) also said allowing standard driving licence holders to drive 7.5-tonne vehicles once again would help haulage operators recruit young candidates.

APN chairman Paul Sanders told motortransport.co.uk he "absolutely" agreed with Pallet-Track's CE Caroline Green that a moratorium on the Driver CPC was [...][1]



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