Report someone impersonating driving test candidates

Report someone who is pretending to be someone else to take a theory or driving test for them.

It’s illegal to cheat at a driving or theory test by:

  • using an impersonator to take the test for you
  • impersonating a candidate and taking their test for them

Impersonators and people who use them can be:

  • sent to prison
  • banned from driving
  • ordered to carry out unpaid work
  • made to pay court costs

How to report someone

You can report someone by contacting DVSA.

DVSA intelligence unit
Telephone: 0800 030 4103
Monday to Friday, 7:30am to 6pm
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Include as many of these details as possible:

  • names and addresses of the people
  • descriptions of what they look like
  • dates and times
  • where you found out about it, for example at a place or on social media

The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) will investigate your report, but might not be able to tell you what happens.

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