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.
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When you think you’ve seen it all, we bring you some new spooky tales from MOT testers across the country. They'll have you wide eyed and white knuckled as you delve in to our latest edition of Halloween MOT Horror stories.
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.
Neil Barlow explores what future MOT's will look like and how DVSA Strategy and Vision is helping to support testers
Every year, we receive over 14,000 requests to correct MOT mileage readings through our contact centre and directly via GOV.UK. Incorrect readings can go unnoticed by vehicle owners at the time of test. But at the point of trying to …
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.
Maintaining and improving the customer satisfaction with all our digital services is important to us. In this blog post Nikola Coleman, one of our service designers, shares the process behind how we decide what needs improving and what we did.
The MOT is a legal requirement that checks and helps assure drivers that their vehicles are safe. It forms an integral part of DVSA’s strategic aim of keeping vehicles safe to drive. Unfortunately, a minority of perpetrators have been caught defrauding the MOT. DVSA’s Director of Enforcement Marian Kitson issues a warning to anyone considering endangering road users by committing MOT fraud and the consequences they will face should they choose to.
In this blog post Helen Jacquest explains the changes we’re making to the AEDM role to make the role’s responsibilities clearer.