Useful Resources

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The Driving Standards Agency (DSA)
www.dsa.gov.uk

The Driving Standards Agency is responsible for conducting driving tests in Great Britain for cars, motorcycles, lorries and buses, maintaining a register of car driving instructors and checking their standard of tuition. Supervising Compulsory Basic Training for motorcyclists, setting and maintaining theory test standards. DSA contributes to the road safety of drivers, riders and all other road users.

 


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Driver & Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA)

www.open.gov.uk

The primary aims of the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency are to facilitate road safety and general law enforcement by maintaining registers of drivers and vehicles; and to collect taxation - vehicle excise duty

 


 

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The Highway Code

www.highwaycode.gov.uk

The Highway Code is essential reading for everyone. Its rules apply to all road users: pedestrians, horse riders and cyclists, as well as motorcyclists and drivers. When did YOU last read the Highway Code?

 


 

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Road Safety

www.thinkroadsafety.gov.uk

A page of links to road safety documents covering the law on seatbelts, mobile phones and other items of road safety.

 


 Road Code
Road Code

www.roadcode.co.uk

A Highway Code for Younger Road Users has been written with the needs of young people in mind, and contains the latest and best guidance on cycling proficiency, the GREEN CROSS CODE and general "ROAD-CODE". It gives you the information you need to be safer on the road, both as a pedestrian and as a cyclist.