In an exclusive interview with Public Technology, digital chief at the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA), Alex Fiddes, unveils the DVSA’s blueprint for the future of driver testing in the UK. Despite the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic, the DVSA is making great strides in introducing tech to driver testing.
Theory Test Blog
With coronavirus continuing to dominate the news in the UK, you’d be forgiven for missing driving theory test changes launched in April 2020. The updated theory test was introduced on 14 April. What are the changes and what do they mean for you once theory tests resume? What Are The Driving Theory Test Changes? The […]
Thanks to the COVID-19 crisis, both practical and theory driving tests have had to be postponed. However, you can still make bookings online, so you can prepare in the meantime. Book Theory Test Today makes it easier and smoother than ever to book this type of test online. Whether you’re looking to book a theory […]
UK theory tests are currently suspended until 31 May, 2020. However, the suspension doesn’t mean you can’t be prepared for your theory test once lockdown measures are lifted, and there are some great ways you can get your family and friends involved in your theory test revision routine… Video calls have been the best way […]
Getting around in the UK can, at times, be difficult. Cities, towns and villages are often spread out, with good transport links not always being readily available. It is why a large majority of the adult population in the UK either own a car or have access to one. However, just having access to a […]
Highway codes are rules that are set by the government to govern how all road users conduct themselves when on the road. England, Scotland, and Wales have highway codes that are geared towards protecting all road users. Indeed each individual can be affected when drivers and riders don’t observe these Highway Codes. Therefore, it’s important […]
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) is expecting a surge in driving theory test bookings once theory test centres are allowed to reopen. With a rush of bookings likely, we’re here to support you with booking your theory test on your behalf…
Driving hasn’t been completely banned under coronavirus lockdown measures. So, does this mean you can still take driving lessons? Based on government guidelines, we would recommend not taking driving lessons during this time, to avoid endangering yourselves and others.
Driving tests are suspended for three months in the UK amid coronavirus, except for people who are considered key workers – such as NHS employees, supermarket staff, postal workers and more. Coronavirus driving test guidance is constantly being reviewed and updated. Here’s what we know.
The coronavirus is having a definite impact on the world. It is playing havoc with pretty much every facet of normal life, and things may never be the same again. However, it’s important to understand that when it comes to driving and learning to drive, there are ramifications to the COVID-19 pandemic. Understanding what this […]