Lesley Young, Chief Driving Examiner, addresses your feedback about the driving test changes handbook we sent to you in September to help you prepare.
What we're doing to provide driving tests across Great Britain, and make sure that the test continues to assess the skills people need to help them through a lifetime of safe driving.
Dave Wedgewood, Local Driving Test Manager and Laura Unwin, Driving Examiner explain the training they've received for the new driving test.
Passing your driving test is important to everyone. But it can be especially important, and even life changing, to someone with a disability as it can really help give them their independence.
With 3 months to go until the driving test changes, Abigail Britten, Acting Head of External Communication, gives an update on a handbook being sent to all instructors, and takes a look at some data we've got about how far our communication has travelled so far.
Lesley Young, Chief Driving Examiner, explains why we're introducing pulling up on the right into the car driving test from 4 December 2017 – and why this is real-life driving.
We recently launched a campaign taking a zero-tolerance approach to abuse towards our staff - I'm a driving examiner, and I experienced a verbal assault and threatening behaviour at work.
As we gear up for the changes to the driving test on Monday 4 December 2017, we want to give you some detailed information about the instructions driving examiners will give, so you know what your pupils can expect.
Back in April 2017, we announced that the driving test will change from 4 December 2017. Following my last blog post, I’ve received a number of questions about the changes so I wanted to give you more information about how they’ll work during test.
We’ve announced that the driving test will change from 4 December 2017, and in this post, we want to explain more about how the changes will affect driving instructors.
Peter Hearn explains what we're continuing to do to reduce driving test waiting times. Since September 2016, we’ve cut them from an average of 11.2 weeks to an average of 7.8 weeks.