M25 junction 10/A3 Wisley interchange | Upcoming Closures
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Please consider these closures when planning your journey. Overnight closures usually start from 10pm and finish by 5.30am Monday to Thursday and 11pm to 6am Friday but this can change depending on the volume of traffic and when we can close the road safely. Week commencing Monday 13 May Overnight on Monday 13 May we will be closing the A245 in both directions between the Sainsbury roundabout at Cobham and the Seven Hills Road Junction. This will include a full closure of the Painshill roundabout and A3 exit slip roads both north and south Bound. The diversions for this closure will be: A3 nor ..read more
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Petition to Exempt Blue Badge Holders from LTN Restrictions
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2w ago
Have your say on Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs). Mike Spenser has created a petition to 'Exempt Blue Badge Holders' from Low Traffic Neighbourhoods. Along with this, there is a survey to help emphasise the biggest issues experienced due to the LTN’s being in place. The closing date for the survey is Monday 6th May at 10:00am. Taking part in this can really help. To do the survey click the following link. Click for Survey To take part in the actual petition itself please take the time to sign it in the link below. https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/651094  Mike Spenser is also wan ..read more
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M25 junction 10/A3 Wisley interchange | Upcoming Closures
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2w ago
National Highways have informed DMUK of the following closures Please consider these closures when planning your journey. Their overnight closures usually start from 10pm and finish by 5.30am Monday to Thursday and 11pm to 6am Friday but this can change depending on the volume of traffic and when we can close the road safely. Week commencing Monday 6 May On Tuesday 7 and Thursday 9 May there will be a full closure of the M25 West bound from the M25 J10 to the M25 J9. Diversion route anticlockwise (from Heathrow towards Gatwick) for most traffic: leave the M25 at junction 10 to join the A3 ..read more
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Motability: The Big Event 2024
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1M ago
Motability's Big Event will take place on 17th and 18th May between 9am and 4pm at the NEC in Birmingham. The Motability Scheme will welcome an incredible range of inspiring speakers to its main stage at the Big Event, Birmingham. From celebrities, Motability Scheme Ambassadors, auto industry and electric vehicle experts, this year’s speaker programme promises to inspire and educate visitors to the Big Event. Special guests include Scheme customers Steve Brown a BBC TV presenter, journalist and disability influencer Lucy Edwards, World Champion table tennis player Will Bayley MBE PLY and Mark ..read more
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M25 Emergency Area Retrofit Work
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1M ago
National Highways is delivering a government commitment to add more than 150 emergency areas to motorways across the country including several sections of the M25 and surrounding motorways. Work to install additional emergency areas is already taking place along the M1 corridor from junction 16 up to junction 35a. The programme of work in the south will start from 25 April 2024 and all sections are expected to be open by the end of March 2025. In the South East over the coming months work will start on:   • M25 between junctions 5 (Sevenoaks) and 7 (Redhill), due to start from 25 April 20 ..read more
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Renew your Licence Online With a Driver and Vehicles Account
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1M ago
Motorists are now able to complete the 10-year renewal of their driving licence and apply for their first provisional licence online through the Driver and vehicles account.    Along with the current features, such as opting to receive vehicle tax reminders by text or email, account holders will now be able to renew their photocard driving licence, track their application and see details of their new driving licence once it has been issued.  First provisional drivers with an account will also be able to view their provisional driving licence and add a vehicle registered in their ..read more
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The Pickering Motor Company
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1M ago
Welcome to Pickering Motor Company, based two minutes off the M55 motorway. They are one of the UK's largest dealers of Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles, also known as WAVs, direct from the Motability fleet. Each vehicle comes with a twelve month RAC nationwide warranty and 12 month RAC breakdown cover for their private customers. A one month comprehensive warranty is given to their business customers for peace of mind. We believe that you cannot beat their prices or find the same quality of vehicle cheaper. They are a family run business with over fifteen years experience. They have a well esta ..read more
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The National Blue Badge Day of Action
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1M ago
This year’s National Blue Badge Day of Action, organised by Lambeth council, will take place on Friday 24th May. It is a critical initiative uniting all UK councils in a commitment to rigorously enforce the Blue Badge scheme and DMUK is proud to be supporting it. It is a day where participating councils intensify enforcement, increase public awareness, and educate communities on the correct usage of Blue Badges. This initiative is instrumental in protecting the rights of disabled motorists and ensuring accessible parking bays are used properly, enhancing accessibility and independence for ..read more
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The UK’s Safest Areas to Drive in
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1M ago
The car parts marketplace, Ovoko used historical data from the Department for Transport to discover the areas of the UK with the fewest collisions on average per billion vehicle miles between 2013 and 2022. It was discovered that Perth and Kinross in Scotland is statistically the UK’s safest area to drive in. Between 2013 and 2022, there were 122.73 collisions on average per billion vehicle miles. In 2019 there were only 78 collisions per billion vehicle miles. Coming in second was the Shetland Islands, with an average of 127.25 collisions per billion vehicle miles. The area’s s ..read more
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Online Payment Issues
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1M ago
We are sorry to say that our online Paypal payment system is currently down. If you would like to make any payments please contact the office on 01508 489449. We apologise for the inconvenience ..read more
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