DSA is an executive agency of the Department for Transport - its mission is safe driving for life
Despatch is the ezine for road safety professionals, produced by DSA. Read all the issues from 2011.
How to change your test if you were affected by strike action
This report accounts for DSA’s performance over the financial year, including the extent to which it met its service standards and financial targets.
DSA is urging all approved driving instructors (ADIs) to log on to businesslink.gov.uk/manageadi to update their contact details.
To improve access for those candidates who have to travel long distances to take the module one test, DSA is looking for additional casual hire sites.
DSA is reminding learner motorcyclists to wear suitable clothing when they take their module one and two motorcycle tests.
DSA advisor is the e-newsletter for the biking industry. View all the issues from 2011.
A free online service making it easy for learner drivers to find qualified instructors in their area has been launched by DSA.
• Contract awarded for three years with option to extend • Bid includes publication of the Highway Code
DSA is bringing practical driving tests back to Girvan and plans to resume testing in the town by the end of July.
DSA is bringing practical driving tests back to Cumnock and plans to resume testing in the town by the end of July.
Driving tests in Ashford are being evaluated as part of a national trial that aims to provide a more local service for candidates.
Driving test candidates in the Warrington area could benefit from a more local service as DSA carries out a trial exploring a new approach to test delivery
DSA is bringing practical driving tests back to Louth after reaching an agreement to deliver tests from the town’s Meridian Leisure Centre.
Find out about DSA’s service standards and how to tell DSA what you think.