for Your Driving Test
Are you taking your driving test this week?
Is it going to rain?
Is it going to snow?
Will the fog clear?
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Practical driving tests are sometimes cancelled because of the bad weather.
To make the test fair, it is designed to assess a driver’s ability under normal conditions. Bad weather, such as ice and snow, do not allow Examiners to do this and could also compromise the safety of test candidates, examiners and other road users.
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 DVSA video below for more information.
Candidates who are affected will have their tests automatically rebooked and should receive confirmation from the DVSA in approximately three working days.
You can check the status of and manage your test appointments at the GOV UK website
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