DVSADriver and Vehicle Standards Agency (UK)
DVSADundas Valley School of Art (California)
DVSADomestic Volunteer Service Act of 1973
DVSADelaware Valley Sprint Association (Philadelphia, PA former club)
DVSABaker Digital Voice Stress Analysis (Baker Group)
DVSADomestic Violence, Sexual Abuse
DVSADigital Video Subtraction Angiography
DVSADelaware Valley Surf Anglers (Cape May, NJ)
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DVSA Chief Driving Examiner, Mark Winn said: "DVSA's priority is to help everyone through a lifetime of safe driving.
The DVSA said its priority was to "help everyone through a lifetime of safe driving".
The test centre, previously located at McLaren Leisure Centre, had been due to close after the DVSA refused to pay a rent hike of just PS100 per year to operate from a room at the facility.
The options have been put to the DVSA and he has called on them to enter discussions about it.
The DVSA must quit its current Old Anderson High School base, which is to be redeveloped.
DVSA enforcement manager for Wales, David Collings says: "DVSA's priority is to protect everyone from unsafe drivers and vehicles.
Martin Temple, chairman of the HSE Board, added: "Working together with the police, Highways England, local authorities, and DVSA, we can achieve a lot more than working on our own.
Alex Buttle, a director at online car sellers Motorway, said: "Looking at this data from the DVSA, we were really surprised by the high number of cars registered to drive on UK roads that are considered 'dangerous'.
A further 349 reports of technology assisted fraud were received by the DVSA, covering people cheating on their theory test.