DVSA postpone Driving Tests for two days due to Coronavirus

DVSA postpone Driving Tests for two days due to Coronavirus

DVSA Postpone Driving Tests

The DVSA has tonight (18th March) confirmed it is to postpone Driving Tests on Thursday 19th March and Friday 20th March due to the unfolding coronavirus (COVID-19) situation.

Via email and on the Gov.uk website the DVSA has notified Driving Instructors and Pupils alongside stating Driving Tests originally planned for these dates will be automatically rebooked, free of charge, as soon as possible. The DVSA will send an email with the new date and time as soon as it’s been rebooked.

For further from the DVSA and to read the information in full please visit – https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-driving-tests-and-theory-tests.

DVSA refund policy
You can apply for a refund of out-of-pocket expenses if DVSA cancels your test at short notice.

Advice for test-ready Bill Plant Driving School pupils
For students of Bill Plant Driving School please speak directly to your Instructor to plan accordingly. For those affected for tomorrow and Friday, whilst we all acknowledge this is disappointing news, view this positively as more time to practise and perfect your driving skills to pass your Driving Test and drive safely in the future!

Bill Plant Driving School Instructors remain offering our high standard of driving tuition, please follow the link to book driving lessons or call us on 0330 555 2254. Here is a previous blog post on advice for driving lessons during Coronavirus.

Safe Driving, Bill Plant Driving School Team!