Driving test candidates who had their test cancelled because of strike action will have their test rebooked at no further cost.
Some driving examiners who are members of the Public and Commercial Service union took strike action on Thursday 10 July 2014.
You won’t have to contact the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency to rebook if you couldn’t take your test because of the strike action. You should hear from the agency with a new test date within 5 to 10 working days.
You can change the new test date if it doesn’t suit you.
You can claim out-of-pocket expenses if your test was cancelled, but you must have turned up for your test to do this. If you didn’t turn up, you’ll have to rebook your own test and you won’t be able to claim expenses.