Road Safety

20mph limits gain popularity

Support for a default 20mph limit on all urban roads rises. A new survey from IAM RoadSmart suggests that more…

Teaching & Training

News from Wales

Wales reduces restriction from tomorrow allowing learner driver private practice. From tomorrow (27 March) the stay local journey guidance is…


DVSA announcements for Wales and Scotland

Scotland roadmap: On 16 March the First Minister of Scotland announced details of the updated Strategic Framework for Covid 19.…


Restarting driving lessons and tests in Wales

Here’s the statement from the DVSA… Following the Welsh First Minister’s review on 12 March, we have worked with the…

Teaching & Training

Wales – continuing lockdown

This is the latest statement from the DVSA: Following the announcement by the Welsh First Minister today (12 March), we…

Legislation & Regulation

Going 20 in Wales

The Welsh government is setting up trials of a default 20mph speed limit. It will take place in eight pilot…


NASP & DVSA share latest lockdown FAQs

After the advice issued by DVSA on Friday 6th November regarding the suspension of testing services and government advice on driver and rider training, NASP raised a number of questions and challenges directly with DVSA.

The Welsh Government has announced it will be introducing a “fire-break” to help regain control of coronavirus.

This means that a series of restrictive measures will be in place from 6pm Friday 23 October until the start of Monday 9 November 2020.
Legislation & Regulation

Q & A from NASP/DVSA webinar held on 17 July

This is the text of the Q&A session that NASP held with DVSA on 17 July.

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