Almost 2 months on since the driving test changes were implemented, DVSA’s Chief Driving Examiner, Lesley Young, has published a blog post sharing some of the feedback received so far from driving examiners, learner drivers and driving instructors. Early feedback indicates that candidates feel better prepared for driving on their own as a result of
A great opportunity to join the DIA team! DIA is the UK’s largest professional association for driver and rider trainers, and the leading provider of training events and continuing professional development (CPD) programme to the driver education profession. Our ADI helpdesk is always busy with calls from DIA members needing help, guidance and support with
The DVSA need your help to improve how easy it is to find and use the national standards for driving and riding. You just need to fill in a short survey – it takes around 5 minutes to do. The survey will ask you questions about how aware you are of the national standards for
Learners need to understand how motorways work and that they are the safest of our roads as only 4% of crashes happen on motorways and account for just 5% of all fatalities. When they do occur however they tend to be serious because of the speeds involved. There are different rules that apply on motorways.
The DVSA are sending surveys out to anyone who has recently taken the new driving test, whether they passed or failed. The survey will include questions on how well prepared they felt for taking the new test. This feedback is essential to let DVSA know what it did well and what it could improve for the future.
On 19 December 2017, the Department for Transport launched a consultation on plans to amend regulations and the Highway Code. The consultation asks for your views on proposed changes to the Highway Code, which would allow the use of remote control parking and motorway assist. These changes will help us safely take advantage of the