Find out more about our research findings into encouraging learners to spend more time driving independently before taking their test. This blog post is part of a series updating you on what we're doing to encourage learner drivers to broaden their experience before taking their test.
Last year we launched a campaign to encourage learners to broaden their experience before taking their test. Mark Winn shares our research findings and explains how you can help encourage learners to spend more time practising driving in the dark.
Head of Rider and Vocational Policy Mark Winn, shares the work our CBT enforcement managers have been doing to crack down on non-compliance in the motorcycle industry.
Find out more about the work we've done to improve the driving test experience for candidates.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) is updating and improving tools for driving instructors to help them prepare new drivers for a lifetime of safe driving. Find out what's being updated and when.
We’re in the process of developing an app to be used by driving examiners to record driving tests electronically. Find out more about this work and how it will benefit candidates taking their test.
This is a guest blog post from driving instructor Chris Bensted. Chris shares his experience of using the smartphone app called PaceNotes, which encourages learner drivers to spend more time practising.
This is a guest blog post from Andrew Brown-Allan. Find out how we've worked with telematics company, Trak Global Group, to develop a smartphone app for learner drivers. The app is designed to help improve the amount of practise they have before taking their test.
Find out more about the work we've done over the past year to develop and improve the DVSA enhanced rider scheme.
We’re launching a campaign to encourage learner drivers to increase the amount of practice they have driving on country roads, driving independently and driving in the dark. Find out why we’re doing it, and how we’ll work with the driver training industry.
This is a guest blog post from road safety campaigner, Ria Brisland. Ria has worked with DVSA to create new learning materials to raise awareness of vulnerable road users, after her son tragically died in a motorcycle collision.