1. In NOrthern Ireland it is the Driver & Vehicle Agency (DVA) who enforce the Working Time Directive which requires drivers to have certain periods of rest whilst driving, and in England it is the Vehicle & Operator Services Agency who enforce it. So you need to go back to VOSA so that you get a response. Lodge a formal complaint about your employer and his failure to recognise the limits to driver availability. Here is a link to the details of how to contact VOS
2. T he main limits are as follows, so you know the law in the area.
- 9 hours maximum daily driving; - 56 hours maximum weekly driving; - 90 hours maximum fortnightly driving; - 11 hours minimum daily rest; - 45 hours minimum weekly rest; - 45 minute breaks for every 4½ hours driving