To get an idea of the background of the process, it was in the year 2015 that a new technique was introduced whereby the counterpart of the driving license was taken back, and a very digital version of the process was introduced in the market. Those customers who are proficient in using this particular service can share, view, and also check the details of their driving license without causing any trouble of any paperwork as such. With the introduction and development of this particular service, there was an increase in the number of customers. This was only possible due to the immense hard work and dedication of the team of employees who work for DVLA (Driving and Vehicle Licensing Agency). The numbers of customers have increased accordingly to more than a million. The digital service was particularly built up for saving the time and energy to the customers who are actively involved in the process.
The Details Of Their Work
There is a special category which is termed as share driving license which works for two different things. Firstly, it helps the customers in the seat of the driver and helps them to put out every detail in a very safe and easy way. This one of the biggest achievement for the whole team of employees and also for each and every people attached to the agency. There is a good competition with the various branches of Surrey Council, Home Office and that of Metropolitan Police. Those DVLA registered vehicles are used for various purposes. The agency themselves find out certain untaxed vehicles to identify the keepers of the different cars which are entering London and have failed to pay the charge of congestion. There is also a charge sheet for those who have exceeded the speed limit. These are all kept in the database of DVLA.
Introduction Of Identity Checker
There has been a gradual introduction of VIC (Vehicle Identity Check) that helps in the reduction of vehicle crime. It detects a small amount of crime and those identified criminals with stolen cars. The next work is that of the insurance company who notify the following to DVLA that the concerned vehicles have been written off. This will lead to a VIC marker which marks the record of the vehicle in the database of DVLA.
Details Of Database
The driver database was introduced back in the 1980s that hold a record of more than 42 million licenses in the UK. The main motive is to produce a number of driving licenses that assists different agencies such as that of Driving Standard Agency, courts as well as police with the concern of enforcing legislation related to safe driving.
The most of the employees who are a part of DVLA are females whereas, in other departments such as that of the Transport, males predominated. The employees are well trained and experience in their individual works. The salary of individual departments definitely varies. The sick leaves are given to individual employees, strike rate is surprisingly absent and is filled with highly satisfied people.