CPC training providers are offering drivers remote training to help fill the gap after coronavirus forced the closure of classroom-based courses.
Coronavirus has forced the DVSA to extend the MOT on vans and other light commercial vehicles (LCVs) for six months.
DVSA says it has plans in place to provide driving tests for critical workers after announcing a three-month suspension.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has suspended MOTs for all heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) and public service vehicles (PSVs).
A truck driver has received an eight-month suspended sentence and 200 hours of unpaid work for driving up to 21 hours a day.
Diesel particulate filters (DPFs) that wrongly claimed to be Euro V standard were only approved for Euro IV.
ADLV survery shows demand for DVSA data increase.
New data from the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) shows how the annual test is keeping dangerous vehicles off UK roads.
Highways England is joining up with six police forces, the HSE and the DVSA to reduce incidents on the M62 between Liverpool and Hull.
By Joanne La Roche, solicitor at Markel Law
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) will use Automatic Number Plate Recognition cameras in a trial that will run until April 2020.
Commercial vehicle drivers could be stopped by a Highways England Traffic Officer, the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has announced.
Improvements have been made, but applications take too long and restricted licences should be dropped, say fleets. John Lewis reports
Many attend investigations without letting employers know they are being interviewed. That’s not the best way to address the matter, says senior traffic commissioner
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has begun a crackdown on tyres that are more than 10 years old.
They can be a really useful resource but fleets must manage the process carefully, say experts
"We take complaints seriously; we act”, says John Hix as multiple schemes compete for national supremacy in van and truck accreditation. By Stephen Briers
The FTA looks at the latest issues to affect vans and trucks. Here, it provides guidance on banksman signals and contraflow systems.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has announced it is checking lorries for emissions cheat devices, with the nationwide rollout of enforcement action.
Despite Brexit, vans of 2.5 tonnes-plus may still have to comply with EU rules, especially when deliveries take them across the border. By Steve Banner