NASP continues to have concerns about new Standards Check approach
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NASP continues to have concerns about new Standards Check approach

The National Associations Strategic Partnership (the industry steering group composed of DIA, ADINJC and MSA) released a statement this Wednesday responding to DVSA’s latest communications on changes to how Standards Checks will now be prioritised. In the statement NASP signals they are still not wholly supportive of the new approach and urge DVSA to consider

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DVSA issues further guidance on Standards Check prioritisation
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DVSA issues further guidance on Standards Check prioritisation

The regulator recently released a number of communications on the subject of the new approach to prioritising Standards Checks. A blog, video presentation and a letter from the Registrar has been sent to trainers across the UK.  DIA (and colleagues within NASP) have been urging the agency to issue more guidance – and better communications

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DVSA Confirms No Driver Strike on 11th and 12th October
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DVSA Confirms No Driver Strike on 11th and 12th October

In reply to a question asked of DVSA concerning the start of 8 tests a day and a potential examiner strike on the 11th and 12th October we have heard the following from DVSA: “We are not moving to new programmes on Monday 11 October and there will be no examiner strike on 11 and

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New invention designed to prevent aquaplaning
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New invention designed to prevent aquaplaning

Aquaplaning could be a problem of the past as a new device has been developed to prevent such a thing and to help stop losing traction control due to adverse road conditions.  The Run Dry Traction System (RDTS) works by firing a jet of compressed gas close to the front of the wheel, removing surface

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