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Toyota and Peugeot Citroen car recall

Toyota and Peugeot Citroen have announced recalls of some of their vehicles in Europe over the weekend. DSA will continue to take Toyota and Peugeot Citroen vehicles out on tests until formal risk assessments have taken place and, if necessary, vehicle recall notices have been issued.

01 February 2010

DSA launches email alerts

The Driving Standards Agency (DSA) now offers you a convenient way to keep up to date with news and changes by email alerts. You can sign up, free of charge, for email alerts about specific topic areas that DSA deals with.

25 January 2010

Driving Standards Agency wins e-Government award

The Driving Standards Agency (DSA) has been awarded the e-Government National Award for Working in Partnership.

21 January 2010

Modernising driver training: working group meeting notes

This meeting was a key milestone for the group in terms of reviewing and approving work that had been completed to date.

21 January 2010

Issue 20 - DSA motorcycle update

This issue includes the introduction of independent riding, trainer booking review and site search progress.

21 January 2010

Driving in snow? THINK!

Much of the United Kingdom is now in the grip of an arctic blast, creating treacherous road conditions throughout.

08 January 2010

Wisbech driving test centre to close

Review of service Better facilities for customers More cost effective

06 January 2010

Motorcycle test: trainer booking arrangements

To continue to use the motorcycle manoeuvring areas for training purposes, approved training bodies will need to have registered for the scheme under a new agreement.

29 December 2009

New password rules for IRDT users

If you are a user of the IRDT online service, you need to know about the new rules which have just come into effect for creating your password.

18 December 2009

The Highway Code is for life - not just for learners

The Driving Standards Agency (DSA) has published a Highway Code advert on its YouTube channel. Voiced by comedian David Mitchell, the advert encourages people to visit Directgov and keep up to date with the Highway Code.

16 December 2009