In our latest Moving On blog post, Gordon Thomson explains what our strategic plan to 2025 and vision to 2030 looks like for vehicle testing. He shares some of the proposed positive changes around going paperless, making our data more accessible, and more.
Guidance for drivers and operators on load security.
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.
We've launched new guides to help vehicle operators and Authorised Testing Facilities understand exemptions.
Highways England explains about how HGV drivers and operators can avoid and deal with diesel spillages and their impact on roads and the environment in this guest blog.
To coincide with International Women’s Day, DVSA Enforcement Delivery Manager for London Della Read talks about her experience as a woman in a senior position in a largely male environment.
Mark Horton, DVSA Enforcement Policy Specialist, debunks the top myths surrounding our roadside enforcement role.
In October 2017 NHS Doctor, Suzanna Bull was killed by a lorry driver whilst cycling in Birmingham. Our blog post reminds lorry drivers of the importance of keeping their windscreens clear of obstructions.
We're sharing some of the worst roadside offenders that our enforcement officers spotted on our roads last year as we enter 2020.
As Halloween creeps up on us, we thought we’d share with you these recent horror stories that our enforcement officers have spotted on our roads.
We’ve just published data on the annual test, covering April to June 2019. DVSA's Hugh Rimmer takes up the story.