DSA is an executive agency of the Department for Transport - its mission is safe driving for life
New frameworks setting out the competences expected of lorry, bus and coach drivers have been published today by the DSA.
Many professional bus and coach drivers have just one year left to complete the 35 hours of periodic training needed for their Driver CPC.
The Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) has announced that it is postponing the strike action scheduled for Thursday 13 September.
The contract to refresh the hazard perception part of the driving theory test by introducing CGI technology has been awarded to London-based company Jelly.
Driving tests could soon be available from branches of Halfords under plans announced today by Road Safety Minister Mike Penning.
Driving instructors who pose a significant threat to public safety will face immediate suspension under new legislation that was put forward in Parliament.
The Highway Code is undergoing a digital revolution as Transport Secretary, Justine Greening, launches it as an interactive app for smartphones.
The Safe and Responsible Driving (Category D) Standard™ sets out the knowledge, skills and understanding that the DSA believes are required to be a safe and responsible driver of a category D vehicle.
The Safe and Responsible Driving (Category C) Standard™ sets out the knowledge, skills and understanding that the DSA believes are required to be a safe and responsible driver of a category C vehicle.
The operational statistics about driving theory tests show pass rate information for each theory test centre for different categories of driving theory tests.
The operational statistics about practical driving tests show pass rate information for each driving test centre for different categories of practical driving tests.
These Driving Standards Agency (DSA) operational statistics show information which has not been designated as an official statistic.
This summary provides the outcomes of the DSA’s customer satisfaction business targets and key areas of interest for 2011/12.
Despatch is the ezine for road safety professionals, produced by DSA. Read all the issues from 2012.