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Are driving lessons and tests allowed? DVSA rules explained for Covid Tier 1, 2, 3 and 4 areas of Scotland – The Scotsman

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Candidates and instructors must wear a face covering unless they have a good reason not to. This can include a physical or mental illness or impairment, or a disability that means you cannot put on, wear or remove a face covering, or if putting on, wearing or removing a face covering would cause you severe distress. If you arrive for your test without a mask your test will be cancelled.

Source Article from https://www.scotsman.com/lifestyle/cars/are-driving-lessons-and-tests-allowed-dvsa-rules-explained-covid-tier-1-2-3-and-4-areas-scotland-3054908 read more


Confusion over driving lessons and tests in England after lockdown – Cambridgeshire Live – Cambridgeshire Live

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Driving instructors and learners in England are calling on the government to clarify whether lessons and tests can go ahead after lockdown.

England will follow a tougher tier system when the second national lockdown ends on December 2.

The three-tier approach would see 99% of the country placed in the two highest levels of restrictions.

But the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has not yet given an update on the situation for learner drivers, as the Manchester Evening News reports.

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During England’s national four-week lockdown, driving lessons and tests were not allowed to take place. read more


Confusion over driving lessons and tests in England after lockdown – Yorkshire Live

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Confusion over driving lessons and tests in England after lockdown  Yorkshire Live


Driving instructors and pupils left confused with DVSA on whether lessons can resume after lockdown – Manchester Evening News

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Driving instructors and learners have called on the government to announce whether lessons can go ahead in the new three-tier system.

Despite the national lockdown in England coming to an end on Wednesday, the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) is yet to confirm the situation.

Around 99 per cent of the country will face tough restrictions in tiers 2 and 3 from December 2, with Greater Manchester headed for Tier 3.

However the government guidance does not say whether driving lessons can resume, or if there will be restrictions depending on which tier you live in. read more


Confusion over whether driving tests and lessons can resume after lockdown – Manchester Evening News

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Driving instructors and learners have called on the government to announce whether lessons can go ahead in the new three-tier system.

Despite the national lockdown in England coming to an end on Wednesday, the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) is yet to confirm the situation.

Around 99 per cent of the country will face tough restrictions in tiers 2 and 3 from December 2, with Greater Manchester headed for Tier 3.

However the government guidance does not say whether driving lessons can resume, or if there will be restrictions depending on which tier you live in. read more


Is it fair for learner drivers to get points on their licence? – BBC News

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Joseph – backed by his mother Gaynor – decided to fight the case and, with the help of barrister Bruce Stuart, took it to court where he was granted an absolute discharge.

Source Article from https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-nottinghamshire-54544597


Hamilton driving instructor faces sexual assault, sexual exploitation charges – Global News

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Hamilton driving instructor faces sexual assault, sexual exploitation charges  Global News


Hamilton driving instructor charged with sexual assault in Burlington – TheSpec.com

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Hamilton driving instructor charged with sexual assault in Burlington  TheSpec.com


Can you have driving lessons in Tier 3? – Express

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On Thursday, the Government unveiled which areas would enter into each of the three tiers.

Tier 1 is classed as medium alert and has the most relaxed rules of the three.

Tier 2 is high alert, and Tier 3 is the strictest at very high alert.

With the rules due to come into effect next week, many have been wondering how their tier affects them.

Read More: Can you meet outside in Tier 3?

Source Article from https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/cars/1365171/can-you-have-driving-lessons-in-Tier-3-evg