Drivers warned against windscreen damage

Motorists have been warned against the dangers of driving with a chipped and cracked windscreen.

Top marques for cautious owners

Mercedes, BMW and Audi drivers most likely to have had their car MOTed during lockdown exemption Honda, Volvo and Toyotas are the makes least likely to have had a test

Britain’s best bridges

They’re some of the most considerable feats of engineering connecting towns and countries throughout the UK, and now 12 of Britain’s most remarkable bridges have been named.

Learner drivers will need to learn new skill of patience!

Research conducted by leading driving instructor publisher Intelligent Instructor has found that once lock down restrictions are eased to allow instructors to take to the road, the state of the driver trainer market will be very different.

Government Gives ‘Green’ Light for a Zero-Emission Future – TRL Study Suggests the UK is Ready

In a recent announcement from the government, the continued focus on achieving a zero-emission future has been accelerated.

ADINJC Update 17 June

Martin Lewis, the Money Saving Expert, who continually sends out very useful information, has the following to say on the second SEISS grant:

All theory tests rescheduled

All theory tests in England, Scotland and Wales from 22 June up to and including 3 July have been rescheduled due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Legislation & Regulation

Letter from DVSA Chief Executive to approved driving instructors about restarting driving instruction and tests

Dear colleague, I wrote to you on 22 April 2020 to set out the steps that the Driver and Vehicle Standards…


Majority of cars still bought from showrooms

Almost one in five drivers would buy without a test drive, rising to a third of 18 – 34yrs