In the first of a regular series of blog posts, Neil Barlow, Head of Vehicle Policy and Engineering, explains more about the Heavy Vehicle Testing Review and what has been achieved so far.
Advice and guidance on the annual MOT test for trucks, buses and vans
Clare Williams, Network Business Manager for the South West of England and South & West Wales explains how the ‘Find an ATF’ service can help operators find an ATF test slot near them.
We've launched new guides to help vehicle operators and Authorised Testing Facilities understand exemptions.
We’ve just published data on the annual test, covering April to June 2019. DVSA's Hugh Rimmer takes up the story.
In our latest blog post, Jim Bithell, Vehicle Standards Assessor, shares some of the worst examples of heavy vehicles presented for their annual test.
DVSA Head of Vehicle Testing Policy Gordon Thomson talks about some new changes happening in heavy vehicle testing.
Head of Vehicle Testing Policy, Gordon Thomson, explains what we've learned since the changes came in and looks to the future.
The roadworthiness directive will be implemented later this month, on 20 May 2018. Following my previous blog post, I wanted to give you an update about the work we’ve been doing since then.
We’re now getting close to implementing the roadworthiness directive. Most of the changes will happen in May 2018, so I wanted to let you know about the main ones that’ll affect heavy vehicle testing.
Myth: You can’t drive away from a test station if you’ve been issued a failure certificate.
If your vehicle has failed its annual test it isn’t road legal. If you intend to use it on the road you should have it repaired as soon as possible.