Below, we have provided links to relevant websites which can provide you with further general information, advice and guidance for driving instructors, and information relevant to company Fleet Mangers.
For information on learning to drive or becoming a driving instructor. This is also the place to book your theory and practical tests online.
All the government’s Motoring information in one place, from advice on driving licences through to vehicle crime.
Information regarding drivers (medical conditions, driving licences, endorsements/disqualifications, change of name and/or address, etc) and vehicles (registering and taxing your car, registration marks, etc).
News of the latest THINK! campaigns and road safety advice to keep everyone safer on the UK's roads. Freely downloadable leaflets, factsheets and posters.
Brake is a national road safety charity which aims to prevent death and injury on the roads through education of all road users and to care for people who are bereaved or affected by serious injury in a road crash.
Driving Instructor Training & Development
Full details of the legal entrance requirements and the DSA qualification process in order to become a driving instructor.
Interactive forum for all drivers including those learning to drive, driving instructors, advanced drivers, PCV / LGV drivers and motorcyclists.
The UK Driving Instructors Confederation offers advice to people considering a career as a Driving Instructor as well as information for the experienced Instructor.
The Driving Instructors Association provides Information, representation and services to Driving Instructors, and help to the public throughout Great Britain.
The Motor Schools Association provides Information, representation and services to Driving Instructors, and help to the public throughout Great Britain.
This site provides information to employers regarding Health and Safety law, which requires employers and the self-employed to ensure the health, safety and welfare of all employees, at all times.
An invaluable guide to employers, managers and supervisors of staff who drive, or ride a motorcycle or bicycle at work, and in particular those with responsibility for fleet management.
Carry out self-audits relating to your fleet safety policies and procedures and anonymously benchmark your company's crash data and safety procedures with those of other companies.