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DVSA appeals for help with young rider survey

The DVSA is appealing to training schools and dealers to encourage young riders to take part in a survey.

The agency wants young CBT riders, aged 16 to 19, to give their views on training. Everyone who completes the survey is entered in a draw for £100-worth of free rider equipment.

“Although there’s been a good general response to this survey so far, we’ve found that not many young riders have completed the survey. To reflect the national profile of CBT candidates, we’d like more responses to come from teenagers.

“To help us achieve this, please encourage your younger riders to take part in the survey which will now close on Friday 20 June.”

The DVSA asks dealers needing extra questionnaires or cards with the URL on them, to contact [email protected]

the link for the survey is:


ATB research – early findings

SPA Future Thinking is busy analysing the results from the ATB survey many of you completed.

The DVSA says the following interesting themes are beginning to emerge:

•             more theoretical knowledge is required

•             longer on-road riding would be beneficial

•             need to review the differences in training on automatics and manual bikes

The DVSA says it will keep you updated as the research continues.


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