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Improving how people qualify to become an approved driving instructor (ADI) and other changes to the ADI register.
1. Foreword Around 750,000 people learn to drive a car each year.1…
Seeks views on proposed amendments to legislation to replace references to DSA and VOSA with the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA).
First published during the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
Give your views on changes to motorcycle, lorry and bus driving licences and driving test vehicle rules.
1. Foreword 1.1 Purpose This consultation paper concerns European…
Evidence about how effective the Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) has been for lorry, bus and coach drivers.
Give your views on options for changing the amount of language support given in the theory and practical driving test.
Proposed changes when drivers or vehicle uses are exempt from Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) rules.
Impact assessment about changing the approved driving instructor (ADI) training and assessment.
Impact assessment about replacing the approved driving instructor (ADI) 'check test' with a 'standards check'.
Seeking views on reforms which will put customers and businesses closer to the heart of the 4 motoring services agencies.
Impact assessment about the relocation of the Purfleet driving test centre (DTC) to West Thurrock.
Impact assessment about the relocation of the Launceston driving test centre (DTC) to another site.
Impact assessment about the relocation of Falkirk driving test centre (DTC) to Grangemouth.
This consultation is about updating how drink-drive rehabilitation scheme courses are provided so more people take training.
Impact assessment of the requirement for vehicles used for practical driving tests to carry a load.
Seeking views on plans to introduce a compensation scheme for approved driving instructors (ADIs) who are suspended but then not removed from the ADI register.
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