- Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency
- Part of:
- Approved Tachograph Centres (ATCs): forms, guidance and notices and Road safety
- 1 September 2009
- Last updated:
- 19 February 2016, see all updates
A manual about becoming and operating an Approved Tachograph Centre (ATC) and a list of equipment that can be used.
PDF, 2.31MB, 99 pages
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The Approved Tachograph Centre (ATC) manual includes guidance on becoming an ATC and sets out the conditions of approval and requirements for their correct operation.
It also explains the requirements and responsibilities of the nominated technicians who install, inspect, calibrate and repair tachograph equipment.
Any ATC or nominated technician found in breach of any of these requirements may be subject to disciplinary action as outlined in the manual.
The approved equipment for the testing of tachographs list provides details of the approved equipment that can be used at ATCs.
*[ATCs}: Approved Tachograph Centres
Published: 1 September 2009
Updated: 19 February 2016
- Uploaded 'The approved tachograph centre test equipment list'.
- A new version of the manual has been published.
- First published.