O-licences are issued by the Traffic Commissioner for the area in which the vehicle’s operating centre lies and will have effect anywhere in Great Britain. PSV Operator Licensing
Any trade or business whose vehicle is designed or adapted to carry nine or more passengers, and who takes payment for carrying passengers (hire or reward) requires a PSV O-licence. Who Needs an O-licence?
O-licences take four forms: standard national, standard international, restricted and special restricted licences. Types of O-licence
Care must be taken to licence small vehicles and stretched limousines correctly as either public service vehicles (PSVs) or private hire vehicles (PHVs). Licensing of Small Vehicles
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