Apply for a refund of out-of-pocket expenses if your theory or practical driving test that was cancelled at short notice.
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You can apply for a refund of out-of-pocket expenses if the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) cancelled your theory or practical driving test at short notice.
‘Short notice’ means less than 3 clear working days’ notice. Working days include Saturdays, but don’t include public holidays.
You can’t claim if your test was cancelled because of bad weather.
To apply, fill in the form and send it to DVSA with the right documents to support your claim.
Your claim will be delayed if you don’t give all the information needed or send the right documents.
Most people can start learning to drive when they’re 17.
You need a provisional driving licence to take lessons or practice.
You need a provisional driving licence to book your theory test.
You must pass your theory test before you can book your driving test.
You can start driving as soon as you pass your driving test.
You must have an insurance policy that allows you to drive without supervision.
Don’t include personal or financial information like your National Insurance number or credit card details.