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March 21 2014

From 1st October 2014, the paper tax disc will no longer be issued or required to be displayed on a vehicle windscreen. Motorists are still required to pay for vehicle (road) tax but as the DVLA have a digital...

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January 22 2013

In an attempt to crackdown on cheating, transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin has announced that practical and theory driving tests will no longer be available in a foreign language.  Currently, the test can be taken in twenty one...

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October 17 2012

The number of accidents caused by or involving young, newly qualified drivers seems to be on the increase.  The 17-24 age group accounts for over 27% of personal injury car insurance claims which exceed £500,000.  Statistics show that...

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March 16 2009

There has been a lot of news in the press over the last few months warning people against Unscrupulous driving instructor schools which are taking advantage of people who have been made redundant or have been hit hard...

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March 16 2009

When i read this, i must admit it took me by surprise, i cant think of anything worse than being taught to drive by my Mum or Dad.  Well ok that’s probably a little harsh but...

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February 22 2009

A woman from North Korea has been reported to have failed her driving test 775 times (yes that’s seven hundred and seventy five times). The 68-year-old woman from South Korea called Cha has been trying to pass her...

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New style photocard licence from February 2014.

March 21 2014

Photocards issued from February 2014 will have a refreshed design and contain a host of improved security features such as a new security holograph, raised surface pattern and an Optical Variable Ink (OVI) which will all help maintain the...

An end to the paper tax disc

March 21 2014

From 1st October 2014, the paper tax disc will no longer be issued or required to be displayed on a vehicle windscreen. Motorists are still required to pay for vehicle (road) tax but as the DVLA have a digital...

Government considering raising the driving test age to 18

October 11 2013

The Government is considering whether to increase the age that a young person may take their driving test, to 18. The move is in an attempt to reduce the number of people killed and injured in accidents on our...