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Read Mark Magee’s blog on FAQs about Pt 3 Changes

Today’s mailing from DVSA about the Part 3 changes.  Please read the blog for full details.  Near the end of the blog it asks for trainers who haven’t already...

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Date Set for the New Practical Test

The driving test in England, Scotland and Wales will change from Monday 4 December 2017. The changes are designed to make sure new drivers have the skills they’ll need...

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March NASP Report

Report on the NASP meeting held on 28th March 2017 The ninth meeting of the National Associations Strategic Partnership (NASP) was held at the Copthorne Hotel, Dudley, West Midlands...

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DVSA’s 5 Year Strategy

DVSA’s 5-year strategy: helping you stay safe on Britain’s roads DVSA’s purpose is to help you stay safe on Britain’s roads. Today (Thursday 30 March 2017) we’ve published our...

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NASP Response – Part 3 Changes

NASP Response to Part 3 changes announced to improve the ADI part 3 test in line with the standards check March 2017 The National Associations Strategic Partnership (NASP) comprises...

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Changes for ADI Part 3 Test

DVSA Press Release on changes for ADI Part 3 Test TRADE PRESS RELEASE: Changes announced to improve the ADI part 3 test in line with the standards check Industry...

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Vehicle Road Tax Changes

Vehicle Road Tax changes:  The way vehicle tax is calculated will change for cars and some motor homes that are first registered with DVLA from 1 April 2017. The...

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ADINJC Response to Learners on Motorways

“The ADINJC sent details of the consultation to members via our monthly newsletter and as email news flashes. We have sent details to our 55 member groups and local...

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Think! and AA Charitable Trust video on text driving

Think! and the AA Charitable Trust have partnered to launch a new video as part of their campaign to make text driving as socially uacceptable as drink driving. Alongside...

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Increased Penalties for Mobile Phone Use

Members should be aware that the penalties for mobile phone use whilst driving will increase on 1 March.  The fixed penalty will then be a £200 fine and 6...

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