M&M Kerr Granted Interim Licence

A Scottish haulage firm that had its licence revoked after it altered the speed limiters on its lorries has been granted interim authority to continue operating, writes Chris Tindall.

M&M Kerr lost its licence after using software purchased for diagnostics to increase the fleet’s speed up to 60mph.

Traffic Commissioner Claire Gilmore disqualified its transport manager Michael Kerr was disqualified for 12 months, but the TC left the door open for the haulier to reapply for a licence.

Its designated transport manager is listed as Justin Rooke, with Michael and Michele Kerr remaining as directors.

It is now being decided whether a public inquiry needs to be scheduled to hear the full application.

The office of the TC was approached for comment.

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