In accordance with the defect notices, the vehicles will only be authorised for operation after the faults are rectified.
According to a police statement, documentation and driver competence was also assessed.
“The joint operation involved a comprehensive audit of documentation relating to fatigue, driver management, vehicle servicing and maintenance records and safety management systems,” police said.
Linq addressed the issues in their own statement explaining that one of the “major” defects had been “rectified”.
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