Sadly we aren’t able to give you an update with a firm new date for the introduction of the new Part 3 assessment, as DVSA are still awaiting parliamentary approval to introduce the change. However, DVSA have been in touch with DIA to update us that all PDIs with tests booked up to the 13th October
With less than 3 months to go to until the driving test changes, the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has today (13 September 2017) published new videos about the updated ‘show me, tell me’ driving test questions. You can: watch the ‘tell me’ questions video watch the ‘show me’ questions video During the test,
PCS operational members at the DVSA, including driving examiners and vehicle testing staff, are due to be balloted from 4th September until the 4th of October for industrial action in a protracted dispute over travel time arrangements, health and safety and other changes to terms and conditions. DVSA plans to impose a ‘flexible working’ regime
DIA CEO Carly Brookfield joined Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid on Good Morning Britain to discuss the issue of drink-driving. Our Drunk Busters goggles also made an appearance, as Piers and Susanna see what it like to drive over-tired and over the alcohol limit.
DVSA has announced that the implementation of the new assessment has been delayed and the promised deadline will be missed. Late last week the Government Legal Department confirmed it was unlikely that the final deadline would be met to lay the changes in Parliament to meet the implementation date of 2 October. DVSA has now
DVSA has also published today the new marking scheme and form for the proposed new Part 3 assessment. Click here to see the new Part 3 test report Trainers will note that the form is very similar to the Standards Check form as the new Part 3 – as expected, given the new assessment is