The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has closed the online booking system and will reopen it again at 8am on Monday 7 September when more tests will have been added to the system.
The online booking system opened at 8am this morning (1 September) and has now closed as no more tests are available to book.
Candidates in Scotland will be able to book new tests from Monday 7 September 2020 for tests from 14 September 2020.
From Monday 14 September, DVSA will extend the period in which tests are available from six weeks to 18 weeks ahead.
This will add over 375,000 more test appointments between 14 September 2020 and the end of January 2021.
3 thoughts on “Driving test booking service closes until 7 September”
I’ve heard a thing about ADI fast track queing is that still available? I’ve applied for the codes needed to DVSA but no reply..
Also the trainer/booker system is closed not taking any new applications which is a real blow. Might they reopen it?
What about booking tests in remote area’s? We were told last weekend that bookings for remote area’s was put on hold due to Health & Safety. That is ridiculous as the building where the Examiners room is located has been working since May. The DVSA rent a room for examiners and a waiting room, but neither room is part of a regular cleaning routine. Can’t blame Examiners not wanting to come here if the work area is not clean. But we were told late June/early July the DVSA were investigating what was required to get all test centres open.
To return to my original question are candidates in remote area’s that missed tests during lockdown still going to get advanced booking before the system opens to everyone?