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Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA)
Driving lessons and theory tests will restart on Saturday 4 July 2020 in England, and car driving tests will restart from Wednesday 22 July 2020.
Move will help ensure that vehicles are kept safe to drive.
Letters from Gareth Llewellyn, Chief Executive of the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) about restarting instruction and tests.
Dear colleague, I wrote to you on 22 April 2020 to set out the steps that…
Letters from Gareth Llewellyn, Chief Executive of the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA), to driver and rider trainers about coronavirus.
Temporary exemption will enable vital services to continue, frontline workers to get to work, and people to get essential food and medicine during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Driving tests are suspended for up to 3 months except for critical workers, and MOTs for lorries, buses and trailers are also suspended for up to 3 months.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) will be closed at times during Christmas 2019 and New Year 2020, but its online services will be available.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has rebutted claims that the driving test pass rate is at a decade-low because of a 'dangerous' manoeuvre.
Seventy-four actions to improve road safety have been published.
Failing to look properly at junctions and not using mirrors effectively are the top reasons people failed following changes made to the driving test in 2017.
New rules on tyres could come into force early 2020.
Thought-provoking new videos are being launched to encourage learner drivers to be more aware of motorcyclists.
Learn how the Department for Transport (DfT) used clustering to ensure MOT standards remained high.
Publication of the business plans for motoring agencies of the Department for Transport.
Flights and access for hauliers and passenger transport between the UK and EU will continue whatever the Brexit outcome.
An update on potential changes to legislation,highlighting government's intention to consult on options to ban older tyres on heavy vehicles.
Government to consult on options on banning older tyres.
An update on measures being taken to improve tyre and vehicle safety.
Lorry, van, bus and coach drivers can pay roadside fines from the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) using a secure online service from 29 January 2019.
A road haulage statutory instrument has been laid in Parliament which is designed to ensure UK law operates effectively if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
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