How to become a qualified heavy goods vehicle (HGV) driver and get the Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC).
Code of practice which sets out procedures to be followed by drivers and companies to prevent people using their vehicles to enter the UK illegally.
Find out if you need the Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) qualification to drive a lorry, bus or coach, or if you could be exempt.
You can book a lorry, bus or trailer annual test (MOT) from 4 July 2020 - the deadline to get the test done depends on when the MOT was originally due.
Changes to the validity of Driver CPC cards held by lorry, bus and coach drivers.
Information for people using transport or working in the transport sector during the coronavirus outbreak.
Driving tests are suspended for up to 3 months except for critical workers, and MOTs for lorries, buses and trailers are also suspended for up to 3 months.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) is suspending driving tests in England, Scotland and Wales for up to 3 months from 21 March 2020.
Online service to help drivers and businesses prepare for the introduction of clean air zones released.
A new online service has gone live today (5 February 2020) to help drivers and businesses to prepare for the introduction of clean air zones with charges in Birmingham and Leeds.
The vehicle checker will allow drivers to find out if they will be affected by the change which will charge the most polluting vehicles to drive in the cities.