Drivers and operators of commercial and public service vehicles are being reminded that tyres aged over 10 years fitted to the front-steered axles and all single wheels of minibuses (9 to 16 passenger seats) will be illegal from 1 February 2021.
In our latest blog post, Jim Bithell, Vehicle Standards Assessor, shares some of the worst examples of heavy vehicles presented for their annual test.
Vehicle examiner Gareth Prismick, who runs the DVSA Enforcement Twitter account, takes you through some of the worst things our enforcement teams have found at the roadside recently.
DVSA Enforcement Manager Matt Barker tells you about why we decided to trial body cams for our enforcement staff, how the trial went and what we're doing next.
It's been 1 year since DVSA started being able to issue fines for up to 5 drivers' hours offences committed in the previous 28 days. On the first anniversary, DVSA enforcement policy manager Mark Horton tells you how it's gone.
To mark International Women's Day, Marian Kitson talks about her time as a woman working in enforcement at DVSA and HMRC.
DVSA Head of Vehicle Testing Policy Gordon Thomson talks about some new changes happening in heavy vehicle testing.
In another of our guest blogs from the traffic commissioners, we find out about the latest developments for online operator licensing services.
In November we released an update to the Guide to Maintaining Roadworthiness. Since then, we’ve received a few questions on what is expected of operators who use older tyres on their vehicles and trailers.
The UK is leaving the EU on 29 March 2019 and you should make sure you have a “no deal” Brexit plan for your business.
Head of Vehicle Testing Policy, Gordon Thomson, explains what we've learned since the changes came in and looks to the future.