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You cannot currently apply for a new provisional licence because of coronavirus (COVID-19).

You can still apply if you’re a key worker - for example, a doctor, nurse or school teacher.
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Latest COVID-19 update from the National Associations Strategic Partnership

NASP is engaged in regular communication and dialogue directly with the regulator to discuss the impact of Coronavirus on the industry.
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AA offers free breakdown service for all NHS workers during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis

No need for membership as one of the UK's leading breakdown companies aims to keep our critical workers on the road
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Important update – ADINJC & Intelligent Instructor Conference & Expo North ’20 has been cancelled

In light of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic affecting the UK it’s with regret that we have made the decision
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Vehicle safety warning amid lock down

Motorists have been warned to ensure their cars and vans stay roadworthy after a lengthy period of non-use
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The Intelligent Instructor awards are back!

Save the date... after this uncertain period, we'll all need a good celebration
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Help for self employed on the way as workers set for 80% of profits up to £2,500 per month

he UK government has been working on a strategy to support self-employed workers in the UK in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak
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Law firm issues warning about the risk of pothole-related injuries on London roads, despite the number of potholes being reported decreasing by over 15,000 in the last year

The biggest decrease was in Lewisham, where the number of reported potholes fell from 4,698 to 1,719, a decrease of 63%
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DVSA update: MOTs for cars, vans and motorcycles due from 30 March 2020

What will happen if your car, van or motorcycle’s MOT due date is on or after 30 March 2020, including what you need to do to keep your vehicle safe to drive