From 6 April 2015, the speed limit for HGVs travelling on single and dual carriageways in England and Wales will be increased.
DVSA will be exhibiting at stand 4F50 in Hall 4, at this year’s Commercial Vehicle Show, taking place from 14 – 16 April, at the NEC Birmingham.
From 1 April 2015, we’ll be introducing a simpler, more consistent headlamp standard that aligns the headlamp aim test with the 2010/48/EU and 2014/45/EU directives.
Commercial vehicle operators across South Wales and Herefordshire are now able to benefit from a more modern and flexible testing service for their vehicles. DVSA has improved the service it provides to Authorised Testing Facilities (ATFs) and on Monday 9 …
London’s Industrial Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV) task force has been recognised for its outstanding contribution to transport safety.
On 2 March 2015, the drug driving law changed to make it easier for the police to catch and convict drug drivers. It is now an offence to drive with certain drugs above a specified level in your blood – …
Using weigh in motion technology, DVSA is able to identify overloaded vehicles without needing to pull them over at the roadside.
A new Technical Application Submission (TAS) service that will allow you to apply for an Individual Vehicle Approval (IVA) test online was launched today (17 February 2015).
In recent years, around two thirds of the Highways Agency’s gritter activity has taken place from mid-January onwards. The past two weeks have already been extremely busy for the Highways Agency.
Soon some vehicles will no longer need to be fitted with tachograph recording equipment and their drivers will not have to comply with EC drivers’ hours rules, but with GB drivers’ hours rules instead.