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Questions asked about DVLA’s policy on selling driver details

The media is scrutinising the way in which DVLA sells vehicle keeper data

Parking companies enforcing parking on private land depend on access to the vehicle keeper information supplied by by the Driver & Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA). The driver data is made available to companies who are members of the British Parking Association-run Approved Operator Scheme (AOS), which is a DVLA Accredited Trade Association (ATA). To be a member of the AOS members have to abide by its code of practice, which covers issues such as sign design and the issue of penalties by...

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