Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA)
The 'show me, tell me' vehicle safety questions that driving examiners can ask in car driving tests.
What all drivers from the UK may need to do to drive in the EU and EEA if the UK leaves the EU without a deal on 31 October 2019.
A checklist for MOT testers showing the items that need to be inspected during an MOT test for a car or passenger vehicle.
The testing procedures and standards for MOT tests on cars, private buses and light commercial vehicles (class 3, 4, 5 and 7 vehicles).
Rules on drivers’ hours and tachographs for goods vehicles in Great Britain and Europe.
How the MOT scheme is administered, the rules for authorised examiners and testers, and the facilities and equipment you need.
Who can drive a van, the speed limits and weight limits that apply, and rules on loading, drivers' hours and maintenance.
A flowchart of the different ways you can get a full motorcycle licence, including the training and tests you need to take.
The testing procedures and standards for annual tests (MOTs) on lorries and other heavy goods vehicles (HGVs), and trailers.
How the EU drivers' hours rules for goods vehicles work.
A guide about the various categories and weight classes for lorries.
The report form the driving examiner will fill in when you take your driving test - you'll be given a copy at the end of the test.
Rules on drivers’ hours and tachographs for passenger vehicles in Great Britain and Europe.
A leaflet about the basic rules and responsibilities for HGV drivers.
A guide about the main things that will be checked when you take your car for an MOT test.
How to keep heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) and public service vehicles (PSVs) safe to drive, including daily checks, inspections, maintenance and record keeping.
A list of subcategory A2 and category A motorcycles that can be used for the module 1 and module 2 motorcycle riding tests.
Find out if you need the Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) to drive a lorry, bus or coach, or if you could be exempt.
How the drivers' hours Great Britain domestic rules work for goods vehicles.
Samples of MOT test certificates that can be given to you when your vehicle passes the test.
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