New changes to the MoT test set to begin May 2018

New failure ratings to be introduced as well as tougher checks for diesel cars   Last week came the announcement… Read More »

Examiners threaten 48-hour strike in December over controversial changes

Around 10,000 learner drivers could see their driving test cancelled as a result   Examiners in the UK are threatening… Read More »

More than a quarter of motorists book in late for their MoT

Since 2012, over £35million in fines have been issued for late MoT’s   According to the Driver and Vehicle Standards… Read More »

New on-the-spot fines for tired lorry drivers to be introduced

Fines up to £300 will be given to lorry drivers caught breaching their tachograph limit   The Government is set… Read More »

Have you ever forgotten to renew your MoT certificate in time?

The UK Government has made over £35million during the past five years in fines from late renewals   An MoT… Read More »

If you had to take your theory test today, do you think you’d pass?

One study suggests many licence holders would be looking at a fail   If you had to take your theory… Read More »

UK consumers not returning recalled cars for repair work

New figures from the DVSA suggest more than half of unsafe recalled vehicles have not been fixed   The Driver… Read More »

Digital driving licences to be trialled in September

Plastic licences will remain in use but digital licences to be available on smartphones   The Driver and Vehicle Licensing… Read More »

Pass rates for the UK Driving Theory Test are falling

The Driving Theory Test Explained by   In the UK, those wishing to gain a full driver’s licence must… Read More »

New cars set to only need first MoT after four years, rather than the current three

The increase could potentially save motorists over £100 million a year   Under new plans being considered by the Government,… Read More »

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