Websites | Latics Driver Training

Websites Tag

DSA News for free on Twitter

DSA joins Twitter

Customers of two of Britain’s biggest mobile networks can now get the latest news from the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) straight to their mobile phone – free of charge.

The DSA is already using the popular microblogging site Twitter to keep almost 700 subscribers – or ‘followers’ – updated via the internet.

Now O2 and Vodafone are allowing customers to receive Twitter messages, known as ‘tweets’, as free text messages to their mobiles.

It means you can get latest DSA news wherever you are and at the times which suit you.

The DSA have so far used Twitter to highlight upcoming changes to the Theory Test, the introduction of Driver CPC, the new Enhanced Rider Scheme campaign, to give advice on test bookings and to advertise their attendance at various shows and events.

Set up your mobile phone
To receive this service, you’ll need to subscribe to Twitter at Then when you’ve created your account, head to your account settings on the Twitter website, and activate your mobile phone. All you need to do then is:

Read More

DSA Closures – Important Information!

DSA Essential IT Maintenance

If you haven’t already heard from your other sources of information, the DSA booking systems will be closed from 5.15pm on Thursday July 30th until 8.00am on Tuesday August 4th (approximate times) for essential IT maintenance on their operational systems.

All online services to book or amend practical tests and other instructor services including updating your contact details, applying for registration, renewing your certificate and ordering Pass Plus packs will be unavailable. The Contact Centre will be offering a limited service between 8am and 6pm on Friday 31st July.

For any enquiries, please call the DSA on 0300 200 11 22.

Theory Test services will be available as normal.

Read More

New website address for DSA services

Many Driving Standards Agency (DSA) internet services have moved from the Transport Office website to Business Link.

Driving instructors, transport operators, motorcycle instructors, driving instructor trainers or lorry, bus or taxi drivers can now access a range of online Department for Transport (DfT) tools and services through Business Link.

Read More