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#1 Thursday 8th May 2008 12:29:31

VandADI
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PROPOSED CHANGES TO THE DRIVING TEST.....

You will need adobe acrobat reader to view the consultation paper for the proposed changes to the practical test.
http://www.dsa.gov.uk/Documents/Consult … 080605.pdf
May I request anyone and everyone complete the consultation paper, this will affect all of us, especially the drivers' of the future so have your say and be heard!
Better still, attend a meeting in your area and make your voice heard (fill out online booking)
http://learningtodrive.dsa.gov.uk/pages/publicevents

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#2 Thursday 8th May 2008 21:00:52

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#3 Thursday 8th May 2008 21:56:30

Shazzer
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Re: PROPOSED CHANGES TO THE DRIVING TEST.....

What was that Hector??

Thanks for that Vanda.

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#4 Thursday 15th May 2008 00:19:06

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Re: PROPOSED CHANGES TO THE DRIVING TEST.....

good work Vanda wink

When are going? I'm booked in for Croydon 28/8/8 6-9pm.


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#5 Thursday 15th May 2008 01:01:20

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Anyone booked for Glasgow date?


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#6 Tuesday 20th May 2008 06:35:18

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Folks you have to remember, these PROPOSED changes only, they may not implement them. It still needs approval before they can implement them


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#7 Tuesday 20th May 2008 06:47:55

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Re: PROPOSED CHANGES TO THE DRIVING TEST.....

I suspect they are "proposed" in the same way they always "propose" Test Fee increases which always seem to increase in line with the "proposal"!

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#8 Tuesday 3rd June 2008 06:50:40

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Thanks for posting this VANDA!   lol





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#9 Tuesday 10th June 2008 16:44:43

VandADI
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Re: PROPOSED CHANGES TO THE DRIVING TEST.....

good work Vanda wink

When are going? I'm booked in for Croydon 28/8/8 6-9pm.

I thought the 6-9pm session was for the general public?
I'm booked in for the 2-5pm session for  Stakeholders (people in the driver training and road safety professionals)

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#10 Saturday 30th August 2008 08:40:40

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Re: PROPOSED CHANGES TO THE DRIVING TEST.....

I'm all for discussion rather than dictation, but why are they doing this? By now the DSA must realise that we don't believe them when they say our views are being taken into consideration.

It's like the person who pulls out in front of you and then thanks you, I'd rather they didn't bother, it's just an insult and not politeness!


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#11 Saturday 30th August 2008 10:51:57

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Re: PROPOSED CHANGES TO THE DRIVING TEST.....

I'm all for discussion rather than dictation, but why are they doing this? By now the DSA must realise that we don't believe them when they say our views are being taken into consideration.

It's like the person who pulls out in front of you and then thanks you, I'd rather they didn't bother, it's just an insult and not politeness!

Couldn't agree more.

Can't see any point in going to any DSA discussion group meeting. They have practically already said that we are having what they propose.
A few weeks ago , a colleague went to the one in Manchester and when the proposal on the star rating came up, almost all the ADI's present stated that it was not necessary. DSA has good has said it didn't matter because it was going to happen anyway.

This whole consultation is just a case of using the same old tactic of dictation covered over by so called consultation. just like HPT, MPTC's, TEST FEE RISES.

I find it very difficult to believe that DSA will ever listen to any form of consultation.

kjs

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#12 Saturday 30th August 2008 23:23:00

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they do listen kev, then do what they where going to do anyway? seems like that to me anyway? and i can''t see this one any different? maybe if no-one gave views on the consultation they would think?


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