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MSA publish DRAFT response 08-08-2013  
The MSAs DRAFT response to the DSA Consultation Document Modernising driver training: reform of the regulatory framework for approved driving instructors has been sent to the DSA ..... more
More needs to be done to tackle the whiplash epidemic 01-08-2013  
The ABI responds to Transport Select Committee, Cost of Motor Insurance: Whiplash Report ..... more
Tighter rules and better data needed on whiplash claims 31-07-2013  
A new report states that Ministers should require whiplash claimants to produce more supporting evidence. But genuine claimants should not be demonised, according to MPs. ..... more
DSA issue new New 'laden testing' rules for driving test vehicles 16-07-2013  
Rules that some vehicles will need to meet to be used for driving tests from 15 November 2013 have been amended after questions were raised by the MSA and others. ..... more
Government urged to make all-round training compulsory for all new drivers 15-07-2013  
The Motor Schools Association (MSA) has, in a media release issued today, urged Government to introduce a compulsory scheme of L-Test training in a bid to reduce the number of novice drivers involved in road crashes. ..... more
Tackling the menace of drug driving 09-07-2013  
Plans to make it easier to prosecute those who drive under the influence of illegal drugs have been published today by Roads Minister Stephen Hammond. ..... more
Less paper ADI forms 05-07-2013  
The downloadable application forms for some ADI services are now no longer available on the GOV.UK. ..... more
Move to lift restrictions on disabled ADIs05-07-2013  
Proposals to lift restrictions on disabled people who want to work as driving instructors were put forward in Parliament this week as part of the governments agenda to tackle burdens on business and unnecessary red tape. ..... more
Motorcycle manoeuvre testing to remain off-road following review04-07-2013  
A thorough review of motorcycle testing has concluded that an off-road manoeuvre test is safer and cheaper, Road Safety Minister Stephen Hammond announced today. ..... more
Plans to improve the qualification process for driving instructors have been announced by Road Safety Minister Stephen Hammond. 27-06-2013  
Around 50% of those training to become an ADI never go on to fully qualify. The Driving Standards Agency (DSA) is consulting on a range of proposals to modernise the way in which people qualify to become approved driving instructors (ADIs). ..... more
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