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Driver Trainer is the magazine of the DIA, the largest professional association in driver training. We have access to the right people – policy and lawmakers, regulators and government. We hear it first and we tell it like it is

Our articles cover a diverse range of subjects, including driver behaviour, learner and occupational driver training, legislation, the future of the industry, motoring technology and motorbike training

Legal

Making a CCJ go away

Following on from the last DIA casebook, Carly Brookfield goes into more detail about the damage financial disputes can do to you and your business – and the risk to your ADI licence

Legal

When a CCJ can really make you pay

Carly Brookfield looks at the damage financial disputes can do to you and your business – and the risk to your ADI licence

COVID-19

ADI PPE

Driving instructors should feel confident in the measures they can take to restart teaching safely during coronavirus, says the AA Driving School’s PPE expert Edwin Hollingworth

DIA Academy

The home of learning and professional development for driver and rider trainers

Supermini

Comfortable and refined

The Volkswagen Polo shows how sophisticated the humble supermini can get

Hatchback

Solid and efficient

The Estate version of the new Skoda Octavia impressed us. Now it’s the hatchback’s turn

Supermini

All that jazz

The Honda Jazz supermini delivers practicality, excellent fuel economy and improved on-board tech, but cheaper rivals could prove tempting

Hatchback

Practically fun

The BMW 1 Series is one of the best premium hatchbacks on sale, offering a combination of performance, efficiency and driver thrills

SUV Crossover

Practical package

The VW Tiguan is pricier than some rivals, but it delivers a desirable package of practicality, technology and quality

Supermini

Electric fun

The new British-built MINI Electric will appeal to anyone who loves the way a standard MINI drives and looks, although the 144-mile electric range might give buyers cause for concern

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