Gordon Thomson provides an update on how we’re working with Authorised Testing Facilities (ATFs) to build digital accounts and help them manage their services more effectively.
Advice and guidance on the annual MOT test for trucks, buses and vans
The MOT is a legal requirement that checks and helps assure drivers that their vehicles are safe. It forms an integral part of DVSA’s strategic aim of keeping vehicles safe to drive. Unfortunately, a minority of perpetrators have been caught defrauding the MOT. DVSA’s Director of Enforcement Marian Kitson issues a warning to anyone considering endangering road users by committing MOT fraud and the consequences they will face should they choose to.
There’s much more your brake testing reports can tell you than just a pass or fail. Here, Vehicle Policy Specialist, Richard Clements, explains why you need to understand them.
In the second of a series of blog posts, Neil Barlow, Head of Vehicle Policy and Engineering, gives an update on our work to implement the recommendations from the Heavy Vehicle Testing Review.
Danny Charles, Service Owner for our digital vehicle testing transformation project, talks about making DVSA’s vehicle testing services better for customers.
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.
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.