Disabled Motoring UK – February 2019

News & Features

More Drivers Paying for Awareness Courses

More Drivers Paying for Awareness Courses

Friday, February 15th, 2019

The number of people paying to attend driver retraining courses when they are offered them after offending, rather than take the points on their driving licence, has risen by more than a third in the last five years.

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DVLA Campaigns Against VED Evasion

DVLA Campaigns Against VED Evasion

Friday, February 15th, 2019

The DVLA has launched a campaign to tackle the widespread problem of vehicle tax evasion and as part of this campaign the agency has released a list of the areas in the UK where this illegal practice is most common. The DVLA will be carrying out enforcement in these areas, and others, and this enforcement will include clamping untaxed vehicles.

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Energy Firm Claims to have Improved EV Charging

Energy Firm Claims to have Improved EV Charging

Monday, February 4th, 2019

The British Firm, AFC Energy have created a new type of Electric Vehicle (EV) charger which uses hydrogen fuel cell technology and it is hoped that it could make the charging process far more energy efficient.

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Older Driver Re-testing Gains Support

Older Driver Re-testing Gains Support

Monday, February 4th, 2019

The majority of motorists would support a change in the law which would see all drivers over the age of 70 having to re-take their driving test to prove that they are still safe to drive.

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Naidex 2019

Naidex 2019

Monday, February 4th, 2019

DMUK is proud to be in Partnership with Naidex, the UK’s leading show dedicated to independent living. This year the show returns to the NEC in Birmingham on 26th and 27th March.

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