In our latest blog post, Chris Price shares more details about how testers can reduce the amount of paper they use, what DVSA will be doing to encourage this move to paperless, as well as how this contributes to DVSA’s strategic plan to 2025.
Chris Price provides an update on how we’re sharing our data and what we’re using it for to improve road safety, alongside further updates and improvements to our safety recalls service. There is also more detail about going paperless and what this might mean for you.
Chris Price takes a closer look at DfT's MOT Particle Number testing to improve environmental outcomes and gives more insight into DVSA's connected cameras trial to support testers in their role.
Head of MOT policy, Chris Price reminds testers of the importance of using MOT advisories correctly and shares more information about some of the digital improvements we've been working on recently, like connected cameras in garages.
MOT demand could be higher this autumn so we've updated our toolkit to help you.
From mid-February 2021, you will be able to log into MTS using an authentication app on your smartphone. Chris Price, Head of MOT policy, takes a closer look.
The Department for Transport (DFT) has announced a ban on tyres over 10 years old on any axle of minibuses with single wheels fitted or on the front axle of any lorry, bus or coach. As this legislation takes effect on 1 February 2021, I wanted to let you know how this will affect you.
Thank you to all the garages who have participated in the Beat the Rush campaign. We know that 310,000 more MOTs were done in August this year, which is an extra 10,000 tests a day on a typical year. And …
We launched the Beat the Rush campaign on July 31 to encourage motorists with an MOT exemption until autumn to get their vehicle tested this summer.
Chris Price talks about why we're introducing connected MOT equipment, how we've worked with industry to develop and test the technology, and why it will be a good thing for MOT garages and testers.
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