The Department for Transport (DfT) has published its latest Motoring Services Strategy, which commits to further improve digital services for fleets.
Gareth Llewellyn has been appointed as the new chief executive of the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA).
The latest MOT testing data for Great Britain has shown nearly 50 per cent of all faults found on MOTs last year could have been avoided with routine maintenance.
Government motoring agencies need to start catering for the needs of fleet operators and professional drivers, not just individual drivers.
Proposed powers for DVSA to seize vehicles directly from unlicensed drivers have been welcomed by Licencecheck.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has launched a consultation on plans to streamline and improve the delivery of motoring services.
The DVSA is to begin offering driving tests from Stone fire station in Staffordshire.
Paul Satoor has been appointed interim chief executive at the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA), following Alastair Peoples’ retirement.
The DVSA is urging drivers to make sure they keep up to date with the rules of the road.
CEO of the Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) Alastair Peoples is to step down in October 2015.
Overloading of LGVs is still the top offence on UK roads, according to the latest annual effectiveness report by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA).
A major new campaign is to be launched in January by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) in a bid to improve van safety.
An operator prosecuted for allowing an employee to drive without the initial driver CPC qualification will be suspended from operating for four days, after appearing before the Traffic Commissioner.
The van sector poses the greatest threat to road safety because a significant number of fleets are flouting the rules.
The Department for Transport (DfT) must ensure that the recently reorganised agencies serving motorists work harder to deliver a better service for all, including business customers, a group of MPs have said.
A cash and carry business based in Tottenham and Peterborough has been disqualified from operating vehicles after being called to a public inquiry for the second time this year.
More than 618,000 levies have been collected from more than 112,000 lorries from 76 countries since the HGV road user levy was introduced in April 2014.
Evidence suggests that the vast majority of drivers will have completed their 35 hours’ periodic training by the September 10 deadline.
The Government will not introduce a licensing regime similar to that faced by HGV fleets to raise standards for van operators, according to Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA).
A South Lanarkshire HGV driver has been suspended from driving professionally for nine months after Scotland’s Deputy Traffic Commissioner found he deliberately falsified driving records.
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