The ADLV Board of Directors consists of members who represent a diverse group of professionals who cover road safety services for a large selection of business throughout the UK. These members serve as active participants in the ADLV mission of improving UK road safety. As experts in this field, our board members are an integral part of working with the DVLA to regulate the licence verification industry, and hold regular webinar panels and programme development committee meetings.
Terry Hiles joined Licence Check in early 2015 as Commercial Director. After graduating from Leicester University, he spent 7 years at what is now the University of Northampton as a senior lecturer in law before moving into the area of IT sales and latterly as the Commercial Director and then Managing Director of Capscan Limited. Following the acquisition of Capscan by GB Group plc in late 2012, he remained with GBG until shortly before joining Licence Check. In addition to his work with Licence Check and ADLV, he is an actively involved with the Dyslexia Association as a trustee of that charity.
Kevin Curtis heads up Driving Monitor, which specialises in driver risk management systems via online web services and traditional on-road driver safety programmes. Kevin has been working in the digital media industry since 1997 and works with blue chip companies and SME’s to reduce their vehicle insurance premiums and helps businesses meet their duty-of-care obligations. Kevin also heads up the integration team working with the DVLA to ensure the digital licence checking service is meeting customer requirements for road safety.
Association Secretary & Head of Marketing
Colin joined DriveTech in April 2018 as Head of Marketing, after a series of senior marketing and communications roles in the automotive sphere in vehicle tracking (TRACKER and Vodafone Automotive) and road safety (Institute of Advanced Motorists). In addition to this Colin has worked in a range of quite diverse sectors from industrial and business services to passenger rail to drug development research. Colin leads the marketing and communications function for both the consumer sector and business to business sector in DriveTech – with a focus on driver risk management and driver training.
Steve Pinchen joined Licence Bureau in 2013 becoming Sales Director in 2017. Steve’s early career was in the Fleet Software management, developing award winning systems for the management of company vehicles, grey fleet and driver risk. This led to a significant time in the vehicle leasing industry at Hitachi Capital with various role in Account Management, Marketing and Product Development functions . Since the acquisition of Licence Bureau by TTC group, Steve has become Sales Director for the Group overseeing the wider organisations development of Risk, Driver training and Compliance Management services. Steve is also a broadcaster on community radio and involved in local hospital charity work.