Driving tests in bad weather
What you need to do
Some driving tests may be affected by winter weather over the next few months.
The Driving Standards Agency (DSA) doesn't conduct practical driving tests in adverse weather conditions, for example when the roads are icy.
This is for the safety of both the person taking the test and the examiner.
If you're due to take your practical test, follow the advice given on your appointment email or letter. Call your test centre only if there is Fog, Snow, Ice or even floods in your local area on the day of your test.
Watch the DSA video below for more information.
Practice makes perfect, so get plenty of practice from a Approved Driving Instructor.
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