Study to shape future of DVSA content

07.57 | 11 June 2019 | | 2 comments

The DVSA’s official publishing partner has launched a new study to understand people’s experiences of driving and riding – and is looking for participants to take part.

The Stationery Office (TSO), part of the Williams Lea Tag, has been the DVSA’s official publishing partner for more than 30 years – and had its contract extended earlier this year.

TSO says the long-standing partnership has helped create a portfolio of best-selling apps, online subscriptions, books, eBooks, discs and downloads.

The new study, which will help TSO continue to give ‘tip-top advice to drivers and riders everywhere’, has been launched with a call for participants.

All road users – from learners to experienced drivers, riders and professionals – are invited to take part.

Research sessions will be carried out online and are expected to last no longer than 20 minutes. Participants will be rewarded with Amazon vouchers – while there may be opportunities to contribute to future projects.

For more information and to sign-up to take part, visit: www.tsoservices.uk.


 

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    > Is that a Freudian slip? The complete exclusion of pedestrians.

    Are pedestrians contractually obliged to read the Highway Code?


    David Weston, Corby
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    “All road users – from learners to experienced drivers, riders and professionals – are invited to take part.”

    Is that a Freudian slip? The complete exclusion of pedestrians.


    Rod King, Lymm
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