In particular you should make sure that the centre field of all analogue charts is completed correctly and in full.
Analogue record sheets
Analogue record sheets must contain the following:
- surname and first name of driver
- date and place where the use of the sheet begins and the date and
place where the sheet ends
- registration number of each vehicle to which the driver is assigned at
the start of the first journey that is recorded on the sheet and then, if
there is a change of vehicle, during the use of the sheet
- odometer reading:
- at the start of the first journey,
- at the end of the last journey, and
- if there is a change of vehicle during a working day, on the vehicle to which the driver was assigned and on the vehicle to which the driver is changing; and
- time of any change of vehicle.
Make a Complaint relating to Vehicle Roadworthiness, Drivers Hours, Tachographs and/or Unlicensed Haulage
If you have any concerns that an operator or driver may be acting illegally as regards Driver Hours/Tachograph requirements you can report your concerns in confidence to the RSA in any of the following ways
- In Person – Call into our office, Clonfert House, Bride Street, Loughrea, Co Galway. Where you can speak to one of our staff in the strictest confidence
- In Writing – Post your complaint to Enforcement Section, Road Safety Authority, Clonfert House, Bride Street, Loughrea, Co Galway
- By email – Complete a complaint form (DOC) and submit to email@example.com
- By phone – You can speak to one of our staff on 091 872600 (enforcement section) or call our lo-call confidential hotline on 1890 253 163.
- Online - make a complaint online via our website.