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    • 02/03/2023

      DfT launches consultation on proposed changes to DCPC

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    • 22/02/2023

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    • 15/02/2023

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    • 10/02/2023

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    • 07/02/2023

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    • 30/01/2023

      DVSA not expecting strikes to affect HGV MOTs

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    • 27/01/2023

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    • 19/01/2023

      Study states worn tyres are more dangerous than drink driving

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    • 18/01/2023

      DVSA confirm that an incredible 82% of HGV offences found in roadside checks at tachograph related

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