Neil Barlow, MOT Service Manager, explains how we've been making MOT data more open - from making it easier to check a vehicle's history online, to creating an API for businesses.
How we're using data to make sure that our services meet user needs, and how we're opening up data for others to reuse.
While many of us have had some time off over the last few days, it's clear that our digital services were still hard at work over Christmas. We've pulled together some facts about the services and content people were using on Christmas Day.
Our digital MOT testing service was launched in 2015, providing a critical service to over 23,000 MOT garages across the country. It's remained as a beta service since then, and we've been working hard on improvements to make it ready to be a live service.
On 17 February 2017, our 6-week consultation on proposals to improve motorcycle training closed. It's become our consultation with the highest proportion of mobile and tablet views ever, and in this post, we’re taking a look at why.
While you may have been tucking into the turkey or getting stuck into Christmas party games on Christmas Day, lots of people were using one of the many services we offer.
How we used digital engagement tools to help us spread the word about the start of our #towsafe4freddie campaign, encouraging drivers to check that they're towing safely and legally.
Our purpose at DVSA is to help everyone stay safe on Great Britain's roads. Our new DVSA digital blog is the place to find out how digital services, technology, data, content and engagement are playing a major role in that.