10 September 2021

DVSA SOP Update (Vocational & tractor/specialist vehicles tests)

Throughout the pandemic, particularly at key points of change and different lockdowns, DVSA have reviewed and updated the SOP. These have now been reviewed and refreshed to take account of recent national updates for both vocational & tractor tests. DVSA Standard Operating Procedures (vocational tests)DVSA Standard Operating Procedures (tractors & specialist vehicle tests)

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NASP continues to challenge Standards Check changes

The National Associations Strategic Partnership, composed of DIA, ADINJC and MSA, has released a statement today detailing the continuing frustration and concern regarding changes to how Standards Checks and Part 3 assessments are prioritised. Read the full statement below. DIA Chief Executive Carly Brookfield commented “We have continued to meet with DVSA regularly on this

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Update to Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for both car and motorcycle

DVSA have published updated Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for both car and motorcycle. These have now been reviewed and refreshed to take account of recent national updates. Click below to see the DVSA Standard Operating Procedure – Coronavirus (COVID-19): Conducting driving tests, for both car and motorcycle Mod 1 & Mod 2. DVSA Standard Operating

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More Smart Motorway safety data asked for by government with revised Highway Code on the way

More Smart Motorway safety data asked for by government with revised Highway Code on the way

A report by the government into claims made by the National Highways agency over the safety of Smart Motorways has called for more data, while a revised version of the Highway Code is being rolled out to better inform drivers about Smart Motorway rules and regulations. The Office of Road and Rail (ORR) are calling

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