Some vehicles are being recalled by Vauxhall and can't be used for driving tests until they've been checked and fixed if necessary.
A vehicle can be recalled by the manufacturer if it has a known safety fault.
There has been a recall of some Vauxhall vehicles because of concerns about steering.
Your vehicle will need to be checked and may need to be fixed before you can use it for the driving test if it’s on the list below.
The vehicles are either Vauxhall Corsas or ADAMs registered from 6 February 2014, which includes some ‘63’ number plates.
You’ll need to check your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) (the last 8 digits) to see if your car is affected.
The affected VINs are:
You’ll need to take proof to your test that the vehicle has been checked and, if necessary, fixed.
The proof you bring has to be one of the following:
Your test will be cancelled and you could lose your fee if you don’t bring the right proof.
If your test date is from 5 October 2014, you must give 3 clear working days’ notice to change or cancel your test without losing your fee.
Don’t include personal or financial information like your National Insurance number or credit card details.
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