UK BIKERS MAY lose their motorcycle entitlement when they send their licence to the DVLA to be updated, that's the word from the Motorcycle Action Group (MAG-UK), who represent the interests of UK motorcyclists. The group are very concerned
IF SEVEN-TIME motorcycle racing world champion Valentino Rossi is your hero, then get yourself along to DVLA Personalised Registrations auction, at The Haycock Hotel, Wansford, Cambridgeshire, and bid for ROS 55I when it goes under the hammer
DVLA Personalised Registrations is setting UK bikers a challenge - by inviting them to enter its latest competition to find Britain's best scenic bike ride photographs.Following on from last year's hugely successful survey to find the most popular
FOLLOWING THE loss of a hard drive containing the details of over three million UK learner drivers, a US company has started an investigation into how it went missing. It's believed the loss has been known for over seven months, since the drive went AWOL from Pearson Driving Asse...
Perry ... about to be run over by untaxed bikes. Probably.THE DVLA is launching its 'No Way Out' campaign which aims to remind bikers not to take their bikes on the road if they have registered their bike as SORN. A survey by the National Audit
Dan Walsh...how you're used to seeing himBADGER HAS been enjoying a bit of hibernation recently, but was awoken by the news that Dan Walsh is back in town. Yes, the Dan Walsh that keeps you buying BIKE magazine every month, or at least, any month he can get his copy in on time.Ha...
A MANCHESTER-BASED dealer has been charged £1000 by DVLA contractors, NCP Services, after they clamped five of his used motorcycles that he had on display outside of his shop.Dealer, Roger Sandoe of Road and Race motorcycles was told by an entourage
The DVLA and Motor Insurers Bureau (MIB) are collaborating to raise awareness of the penalties and consequences of owning a vehicle without insurance.6-8 penalty points and an on the spot £200 fine per offense is the likely consequence of being
THE GOVERNMENT believes that scrapping the old-fashioned tax disc may save the DVLA and associated services a small fortune annually. Technology avaliable to the police now allows them to tell immediately upon accessing the DVLA computer database
Applying for a licenceIf you’ve never held a driving licence before then you’ll need to apply for a provisional. Complete application form D1 available from your local Post Office branch and send it to the DVLA with a cheque for £50.00.All new
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