Our current understanding and advice regarding the legal implications of on-road training during the lockdown.
As there is no key worker priority service, DVSA has said ADIs should not offer lessons to critical workers in England during the lockdown period.
Driver and rider training and tests will be suspended in England from 5 November to 2 December 2020.
The Government has announced new measures designed to help small businesses affected by the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
DVSA has announced it will be opening nine test centre waiting rooms from Friday 30 October.
This month’s mag has an in-depth look at cleaning procedures and PPE to minimise risk while working. We also look at slow driving, whether it’s against the law and how it can affect drivers. Jim Whalen completes his glossary of driver training terms and Howard Redwood continues his fleet series.
We’ve created a table to show the three tiers of COVID restrictions and their current impact on driver training and testing.
This month we look at risk, with a comprehensive guide to creating your own risk assessment from Nick Heath. Howard Redwood also talks about risk in his fleet feature; he defines the phrase ‘as far as is reasonably practicable’ in the context of a company reducing risk by spending money on fleet training. This month’s DIA …