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Department for Transport (DfT)
Check if you're eligible for a Blue Badge and apply or renew
It’s illegal to hold a phone or a sat nav while driving - you'll get penalty points, a fine and can be banned from driving.
The home of Department for Transport on GOV.UK.
The rules for child car seats and booster seats - height, weight, age, type of vehicle, car, minibus, licensed taxi
Rules on what motor insurance you need, what to do if you're in an accident, insurance for driving abroad, penalties for uninsured vehicles and drivers.
Some older people can get free travel on local buses - contact your council to check your eligibility and apply for a bus pass
This Highway Code applies to England, Scotland and Wales.
Financial help if you're disabled - benefits, housing costs, council tax, vehicle tax exemption, TV Licence, motability schemes, VAT relief
When you can be banned from driving, check when your driving ban ends, reduce your disqualification period, disqualified until you've passed your test, drink-driving offences
Check fuel consumption, CO2 emissions and vehicle tax bands by make model and registration
Hand luggage restrictions at UK airports - carry-on luggage, checked-in baggage, restricted items and liquids, electronic devices carried from Turkey, Lebanon, Egypt and Saudi Arabia
Learn to drive a car in the UK - get a provisional licence, take driving lessons, prepare for your theory test, book your practical test
Blue Badge parking for people with disabilities: who can get a badge and how to apply.
Check if you need an international driving permit (IDP) to drive abroad on holiday and how to exchange your licence if you move abroad - including driving in the EU after Brexit.
What you need to do before you can drive a car or ride a motorcycle - driving licence, registering your vehicle, insurance, vehicle tax, MOT
Blue Badge parking permits let disabled drivers and passengers park nearer to where they're going - find out more about Blue Badges from your council
What you need to know about crossing the UK border and visiting the UK from 1 February 2020.
Contact your local council to find out who issues disabled bus passes in your area as part of the English National Concessionary Travel Scheme
A limit of 30 miles per hour or 48 kilometres per hour usually applies to all traffic on all roads with street lighting
Traffic signs used, including signs giving orders, warning signs, direction signs, information signs and road works signs.
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