Up to 16,000 people were overpaid on the first self-employed income support grant.
Additional reasonable adjustments have been agreed by DVSA for deaf candidates taking practical driving tests during the COVID-19 restrictions. These mainly concern measures to ensure effective communication between examiner and candidate before and during the practical driving test. The agreed adjustments include: Q If a test candidate with hearing difficulties needs to lipread, will the
NASP has published updated guidance for driver and rider trainers as lockdown starts to ease, and there is the potential of returning to a wider level of training by the start of July.
The DVLA has hit the road with a warning to tax it or lose it The government agency is back on the road targeting motorists across the UK with a communications campaign that has a clear message for those who take a chance on not taxing their vehicle. The campaign is targeting the 20 regions
The way the theory test works in England, Scotland and Wales will change from 14 April 2020. The same changes will apply in Northern Ireland. The change will make the theory test more accessible, especially to people with a: Reading difficulty (like dyslexia) Learning disability Developmental condition (like autism) The change only applies to car