DVLA

HGV driver shortage ‘no longer critical’

The UK's HGV driver shortage is no longer a 'critical' one, a report states.

How to Consult a Driving Theory Test Practice for Your Vehicle

What is the Driving Theory Test Practice? After getting your vehicle ownership or learning to perfect your driving skills, completing a driving theory test is the next step to getting a permanent driving licence. A valid age to take the theory tests is 16 & above. Although if you are competent for your personal independence payment, you are eligible to take the tests from your 16th birthday onwards. Now, to get a valid license for your vehicle, you need to take a Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency (DVLA) driving theory test practice. This test practice consists of two categories. MCQ (Multiple-Choice Questions) & the HPT (Hazard Perception Test). All these tests are taken on the same day to ensure your driving & perception capabilities. Before passing the practical driving t...[Read More]

HGV drivers wait three months for driving tests

HGV drivers in the UK are having to wait three months to sit a driving licence test.

3,253 bus and HGV drivers lose licence because of eyesight

A shocking number of bus and HGV drivers have lost their driving licences because they have failed an eyesight test after being stopped by the police.

HGV drivers benefit from new DVLA digital tachograph card service

HGV drivers can now access a new digital service from the DVLA to apply and pay for their tachograph cards online.