Posts Tagged ‘DVSA’

  • Update on heavy vehicle test exemptions

    on Nov 19, 20 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Update on heavy vehicle test exemptions

    Eligible vehicles and trailers (except first test vehicles) have now been given 3 or 12-month exemptions. First test vehicle and trailer exemptions can only be completed the month before they are due

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  • Update on driver CPC training

    on Nov 11, 20 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Update on driver CPC training

    The DVSA has clarified its position on driver CPC training during the current restrictions

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  • Heavy vehicle testing to continue

    on Nov 3, 20 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Heavy vehicle testing to continue

    The DVSA has confirmed that its heavy vehicle testing service is set to continue and ATFs can remain open, despite national restrictions coming into effect from Thursday, November

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  • DVSA issues ADR inspection waivers update

    on Aug 19, 20 • in UK News • with Comments Off on DVSA issues ADR inspection waivers update

    Heavy vehicle testing restarted at Authorised Testing Facilities (ATFs) on 04 July

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  • DVSA confirms HGV text exemptions

    on May 29, 20 • in General News • with Comments Off on DVSA confirms HGV text exemptions

    Heavy vehicles due for annual test in June, will receive a three month exemption from needing an annual test, the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has confirmed

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  • DVSA suspends periodic tachograph calibrations and inspections

    on Apr 8, 20 • in UK News • with Comments Off on DVSA suspends periodic tachograph calibrations and inspections

    Because of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has decided to suspend periodic tachograph calibrations and inspections on vehicles

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  • Dangerous goods vehicle (ADR) annual inspections

    on Mar 30, 20 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Dangerous goods vehicle (ADR) annual inspections

    Due to the unfolding coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, heavy vehicles will be exempt from dangerous goods (ADR) annual inspections until further notice, the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has confirmed

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  • DVSA publishes new guidance

    on Sep 16, 19 • in UK News • with Comments Off on DVSA publishes new guidance

    The Driver and Vehicle Services Agency (DVSA) has published new guidance on GOV.UK to help people report lorry, bus or coach drivers and companies if they think they’re breaking safety rules. The DVSA says its wants to use this intelligence and evidence to take strong action against law breakers who are a danger to other road users. This new guidance will make it easier for people to report quality information to the DVSA about things such as: breaking drivers’ hours rules overloading vehicles using vehicles that are not safe to drive (unroadworthy) using emission cheat devices carrying dangerous

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  • DVSA publishes updated PSV and HGV inspection manuals

    on Feb 2, 19 • in General News • with Comments Off on DVSA publishes updated PSV and HGV inspection manuals

    The Driver & Vehicle Services Agency (DVSA) has published updated PSV and HGV inspection manuals

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  • Roadside payments are changing

    on Jan 3, 19 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Roadside payments are changing

    The Driver & Vehicle Services Agency (DVSA) has confirmed a change to the way roadside payments are collected

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  • DVSA givies hauliers No Deal Brexit advice

    on Dec 15, 18 • in UK News • with Comments Off on DVSA givies hauliers No Deal Brexit advice

    The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) is warning hauliers that in the event of a “No Deal” Brexit they may need an ECMT permit to continue operating in the EU after 29 March

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  • DVSA must do more to find and keep HGV testers for MOTs

    on Jun 25, 18 • in General News • with Comments Off on DVSA must do more to find and keep HGV testers for MOTs

    Last week the DVSA committed to recruiting additional MOT testers to offset the much-publicised shortfall after pressure from industry groups and operators forced the regulator to act

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