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DVSA sets out vision to keep Britain moving safely and sustainably

5 April 2023

The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has launched its vision to 2030, setting out what needs to be done to keep Britain moving safely and sustainably.

DVSA already plays a leading role in:

  • setting driver and vehicle standards, and assessing that drivers and vehicles are safe
  • licensing, accrediting, regulating and enforcing in industries including driver training, MOT testing and commercial vehicle operators

Under its new vision, DVSA will significantly increase its work to inform, educate and advise the public and businesses.

By the end of this decade, DVSA will have made progress against 5 important challenges and opportunities. These are to:

  • make roads safer
  • improve services for its customers
  • make road transport greener and healthier
  • harness the potential of technology and data
  • grow and level up the economy

The vision focuses on outcomes that help make a real and lasting difference to everyone living in Great Britain.

 

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