Learning to drive
What we're doing to improve and set standards for learning to drive, including the skills, knowledge and understanding needed for a lifetime of safe driving.
Thousands of learners and their families have been visiting driving test centres across England for events to find out more about what happens on test days. Our test centre open days and drop-in sessions give your pupils a chance to …
In this blog post, Jacqui Turland, Service Owner for the driver services platform (DSP), gives an update about the work on the project so far, what’s been achieved to date and what the next steps are.
Earlier in the year we shared our plans with you to investigate ways we could create a modern, flexible and efficient driving test service. One that is less dependent on fixed driving test centres, and takes advantage of new technology. DVSA's Head of Driver Transformation John Selbey, shares some more details with you about the trials and the thinking behind them.
Find out how we've improved the 'Ready to Pass?' website to include better information to help learner drivers prepare for their driving test and a lifetime of safe driving.
Amanda Lane, Head of Driver Testing and Training Policy, shares how we plan to create content for parents as part of our ‘Ready to Pass?’ campaign and the role that ADIs can play in supporting us.
We are all busy and have a lot of things competing for our attention. We also often multitask so it can be hard to get our full attention when required. Learner drivers are no different and will be juggling learning …
We’ve published a guide to help instructors carry out realistic mock driving tests.
Loveday Ryder, DVSA CEO shares what we're doing to help make more tests available for driving test candidates.
Loveday Ryder, DVSA CEO provides an update on how driving test recovery is going and what we're doing to reduce driving test waiting times.
Emily Butler became DVSA’s youngest car driving examiner aged 23 when she started her role in Hartlepool last year.
Emily shares her experience of why she became an examiner, what the training was like and how she’s getting to grips with her new role.