A leading industry training provider has urged drivers to continue with their dangerous goods (ADR) courses remotely after the DVSA ordered classrooms in Tier 4 areas to be closed and exams suspended to help control the spead of Covid-19. Speaking to motortransport.com, Vicky Corridan, owner of Corridans in North Lincolnshire, said: “I lead a single campaign to have ADR courses allowed via my virtual classroom. It’s what the DVSA now like to call remote delivery. This has been successful, having […]
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