About DAVIS - Driver And Vehicle Information Solutions

DAVIS will improve your way of working by efficiently managing the compliance around your drivers and vehicles ensuring your Duty of Care is addressed and exposure to corporate risk is minimised.

We help simplify driver and vehicle compliance management and support many organisations throughout the UK from within the private and public sector with fleets from as little as 5 to 5000+.

DAVIS is powered by Licence Check Ltd, the original licence checking service and founder of the ADLV (Association of Driving Licence Verification).


What DAVIS does:

  • Empowers you to manage compliance around drivers and vehicles
  • Automates and streamlines essential processes
  • Captures and stores all critical driver and vehicle information in one simple to use cloud solution
  • Provides comprehensive reporting, alerts, warnings, notifications and a clear audit trail
  • Minimises your exposure to corporate risks

With reassurance that DAVIS is:

  • A cost-effective solution with a set of mix and match modules, meaning you’ll only ever pay for the service you need
  • Supporting you in running your business efficiently by minimising paperwork and administration
  • Providing unrivalled support, service and acknowledged expertise
  • A safe & secure environment to store your sensitive data
  • Analysing data provided by the DVLA
  • Available with an API Toolkit for other platforms and providers

The DAVIS solution will result in increased efficiency – saving both time and costs.

As the move towards digital data management solutions picks up speed, the role of the spreadsheet as a database for storing driver and vehicle information will soon be obsolete.

Designed with the user in mind, DAVIS automatically schedules rechecks and reminders to ensure that an expiry, an upload nor a deadline is ever missed, helping to give your organisation peace of mind that your driver and vehicle compliance is taken care of.


Both the driver and vehicle are subject to specific controls and regulation. In terms of meeting the duty of care obligation owed to colleagues in the workplace and members of the public, driver and vehicles need to be managed by the employer to ensure that they comply with health and safety obligations and other legislative controls.

The employer must ensure that equipment used at work is safe and appropriate for the task in hand. The employee must also be properly trained and qualified to use it. A vehicle, irrespective of ownership, falls within the definition of ‘equipment’, so it should be safe and reasonably fit for use for the task in hand. The employer also needs to check that the driver is suitably qualified. They need to hold the correct entitlement on their driving licence to drive their vehicle. If their driving record suggests they present a higher risk to themselves or other road users, the employer must take corrective action in the form of additional training or intervention.

Failure on the part of the employer to meet their duty of care obligations may result in civil or criminal litigation, penalties in the form of damages or heavy fines and in the worst cases imprisonment of responsible senior management and the directors. The harm that can be caused by adverse publicity to a brand or organisation can also take many years to mend.