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Case Study 80

John is a driver, but he is spending this week in the transport office. The new transport manager wants his help sorting out problems with vehicles and getting up to date with other issues within the company.

He’s keen to take a break from driving as last week he worked for six days straight, taking a reduced weekly rest period.


The plan was for John to be in the office for his usual hours, which are 06:00 – 14:00 Monday to Friday. Unfortunately, due to a lack of staff, he will need to take a tractor unit to the repair centre today.

His first job of the day is to check over an articulated unit that has been defected by a newly passed driver who thinks the service brake isn’t working effectively.

John holds a category C licence and took his initial driver CPC three years today.

The company mainly carries out general haulage in the UK.