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Learner drivers on motorways from 4 June 2018

Learner drivers can take motorway driving lessons with an approved driving instructor from 4 June 2018. From Monday 4 June 2018, learner drivers will be able to take driving lessons on motorways in England, Scotland and Wales. This will help to make sure more drivers...

Autonomous vehicle trial announced by HumanDrive

The HumanDrive project has announced their ambition for an autonomous vehicle to do the most complex journey across the UK, without driver input. Highways England is part of the consortium working alongside Nissan, who are leading the HumanDrive project. Mike Wilson,...

Emissions fraud: over 100 operators under investigation

Since August 2017, our examiners have been checking for emissions cheat devices on lorries at various sites across Great Britain. Between August and November 2017, they found nearly 300 devices fitted to lorries. We’re investigating the operators of those vehicles....

Reduced tolls on Severn bridges begin 8 January 2018

Responsibility for the operations, maintenance and vehicle charges for the bridges will be managed by Highways England on behalf of the UK Government. Drivers who use the Severn bridges are reminded changes to the TAG payment system take place from 8 January 2018....

HGV driver jailed for fatal ‘porn’ crash

A driver, who was watching pornographic material on his mobile phone, has been jailed for causing death by dangerous driving. Leicestershire Police Felix Gillon, 56, of Johnson Road, Bedworth, was driving along the M69 in Leicestershire when his HGV crashed into...

Early benefits for earned recognition operators

Early benefits for earned recognition operators From 31 January 2018, DVSA examiners will no longer routinely stop vehicles of operators taking part in the earned recognition pilot – saving the operators time and money. DVSA examiners will also be less likely to...