Welcome to Drivers Direct
Drivers Direct specialise in the recruitment and placement of professional drivers into both temporary and permanent positions within the UK Logistics sector.
Our client portfolio has been built upon trust and proven success and we are proud to hold longstanding and successful relationships with the biggest Logistics providers in the UK marketplace. Unlike many recruiters Drivers Direct are a standalone business, logistics is our specialty.
If you are an Agency Driver who feels undervalued, speak to us, we can change your working life.
If you’re looking for HGV Agency work on a temporary basis, or looking to find a permanent position, look no further than Drivers Direct, our in house HGV Recruitment specialists will work with you to find your ideal role.
Recruitment doesn’t sleep, we are always looking for reliable, experienced Contract Drivers to fulfil Driving Vacancies in all classes. At Drivers Direct we take enormous pride in our work, our track record and substantial client list speak for themselves.
These points alone set us apart from the regular Driver Hire Recruitment organisations.
Looking for work?
Our network of branches throughout the UK offer vacancies for all classes of driver.Read More
Looking for staff?
Drivers Direct supplies drivers of all classes to National and Local clients across the UKRead More
Driver CPC Training
Drivers Direct Training is a JAUPT accredited CPC Training Centre, and can also provide bespoke driver training and assessments to out clients.Read More
Last week was Employee Appreciation Day and it got us thinking about our fantastic Drivers Direct employees. Employee Appreciation Day is all about rewarding, recognising and appreciating the work that employees do. Here at Drivers Direct we believe this is important as the staff across our branches are all ambassadorsFeb15
With tachograph tampering being a hot topic over the last year we thought we’d explore and delve into the issues that surround it. Tachographs have an integral part to play in HGVs and commercial vehicles as they record driving time, breaks, rest periods and other types of work carried outJan22
January is in full swing and the Christmas and New Year festivities have been and gone. For some people, the Christmas period is something to look forward to, plenty of time spent with family and friends and eating far too much food! Once the new year rolls around, the JanuaryDec13
It’s December already and we can’t quite believe where the time has gone as we edge into the New Year. We’ve been reflecting on this past year at Drivers Direct, thinking about our success and the achievements of our team. In February, we became members of the Association of Recruitment ConsultanciesNov21
Taking place this week (20th-26th November), Road Safety Week is encouraging drivers to ‘Speed Down Save Lives’. The road safety charity, Brake, have been spreading their life-saving messages since 1997 with a different theme every year and this year they’re encouraging people to spare a thought for the impact ofNov3
The biggest sale event of the year is coming soon on 24th November, a day where the public tackle crowds and queues for their coveted Christmas shopping. With the dramatic reduction in prices across retailers, sales will be set to soar – which will have a direct effect on theSep8
As we move into a new academic season, we’re feeling rather reflective over the history of Drivers Direct and how far we’ve come in the last sixteen years. Having been established in 2002 with just three branches – Feltham, Northampton and Runcorn – we have now expanded considerably with overAug21
Following France’s announcement at the beginning of July to ban all fossil fuel powered vehicles, our own government has made an announcement of their own. The breaking news from parliament is that the UK is banning petrol-diesel cars from 2040, with a new tax implemented on diesel drivers by 2020.Jul12
In 2008, Carbon Dioxide was considered a major greenhouse gas - accounting for 85 per cent of UK emissions. According to the Freight Transport Association (FTA) support guide, if we want to reduce the risk of temperatures rising by at least 2° C by 2100, we need to cut emissionsJun14
Wednesday 21st June marks the start of the Fête de la Musique. Also known as ‘World Music Day’, it offers a global celebration of something that has a heavy presence within the majority of our everyday lives. Whether you’re a hairbrush diva or all your road trips have their own