The latest episode of the Motor Transport Podcast is available to download on iTunes now. This week group managing editor Chris Walton is joined by group news editor Chris Druce and reporter Emma Shone to discuss the DVSA’s new culture of earned recognition and remote enforcement. We discuss what it is, why they’re doing it and what it means for you. Also in this episode we hear about TfL’s new London Freight Enforcement Partnership collaboration with the DVSA, City of […]
The DVSA has fallen short of its pledge to adapt its examiner resource to meet demand for HGV driving tests, with two-thirds of centres across the UK seeing an increase in the average waiting time for a vocational examination.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has been unveiled as the new name for the combined Vosa and Driving Standards Agency (DSA) today (28 November).
Whatever their personal opinion of the traffic commissioners (TCs), most operators would agree they collectively perform a vital role in keeping the public and industry safe from rogue operators. But one commissioner in particular, Beverley Bell, was among the first to attempt to change the way the TCs are portrayed, and as she prepares to step down from her role and hand over to East of England TC Richard Turfitt, has helped shape the way the transport industry is regulated.