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The Driving Standards Agency
http://www.dsa.gov.uk

DSA's primary aim is to promote road safety in Great Britain through advancing driving standards, testing drivers and riders fairly and efficiently, maintaining the register of Approved Driving Instructors and Large Goods Vehicle instructors, and supervising basic training for learner motorcyclists. DSA headquarters is in Nottingham.

Driver Vehicle Licensing Agency
http://www.dvla.gov.uk

DVLA's primary aims are to facilitate road safety and general law enforcement by maintaining registers of drivers and vehicles; and to collect taxation - vehicle excise duty [VED].

Pass Pluss
http://www.passplus.org.uk/

Pass Plus is a scheme backed by the Government's Driving Standards Agency and insurers to encourage newly qualified drivers to become better drivers.

What If?
http://www.ask-what-if.com

The Government's Road Safety Strategy recently charged the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) with helping to reduce road casualties through a greater awareness of hazards.
Specific age groups were targeted in the Strategy with young drivers cited as being at risk. DSA has produced 'What If?' in order to stem the rising numbers of accidents on Britains roads.

Road Safety
http://www.dsa.gov.uk/learners/roadsafty.htm

Is a page of links to road safety documents within the DTLR web site. Seatbelts, mobile phones, older drivers, children on the road, speed, tachograph rules and moped / motorcycle - what the law says.

Road code
http://www.roadcode.co.uk/

A Highway Code for Younger Road Users has been written with the needs of young people in mind, and contains the latest and best guidance on cycling proficiency, the GREEN CROSS CODE and general "ROAD-CODE". It gives you the information you need to be safer on the road, both as a pedestrian and as a cyclist.

Highway Code
http://www.roads.dtlr.gov.uk/roadsafety/hc/index.htm

The Highway Code is essential reading for everyone. Its rules apply to all road users: pedestrians, horse riders and cyclists, as well as motorcyclists and drivers. When did YOU last read the Highway Code?

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