The Weekly Roundup

People living with disabilities will be among the biggest beneficiaries of a new £3.9 million Government funding package aimed at improving transport access. A total of £1.2 million will be poured into the mobility centre improvements. This will help them address growing demand for support and tips especially for older and disabled motorists and their passengers.

From June 8 this year the paper part of the driving licence will officially disappear as the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) continues its aim to digitise motorists' records. Read the article from the Telegraph to see how this might affect you!

RAC: New funding will help disabled drivers

BBC: Diesel car 'demonisation' condemned by industry group

AM Online: 'Self-driving' cars will help generate 320,000 jobs and boost UK economy by £51bn - KPMG research

Brake: 9,000 preventable injuries in last two years as government stalls on tackling young driver crashes

Telegraph: Driving licence changes: what do paper licence holders need to know?

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