Some Driving Examiners who are members of the Public and Commercial Service (PCS) union are planning to take strike action.
PCS has planned action at various times from Tuesday 1 December until Friday 4 December 2015.
Tues 1 Dec - North East, North West and Scotland
Wed 2 Dec - West Midlands, East Midlands, Yorkshire and Humber and Wales
Thurs 3 Dec - London, South East, East of England and South West
Fri 4 Dec - All of Great Britain
Advice To Driving Test Candidates:
Not all of the Examiners are union members and the DVSA expects most Driving Test Centres to operate as normal. You should still turn up for your test as planned.
Changing Your Driving Test Date:
You can change your test to another date if you want to.
Please note: You must give at least 3 clear working days notice to change your test date or you will lose your test fee.
What If Your Driving Test Is Cancelled:
The DVSA will book you a new test appointment automatically if there's no Examiner available for your test.
You will be rebooked for the earliest available date and the DVSA will send you the details of the new appointment.
Claiming Out-Of-Pocket Expenses:
You can claim out-of-pocket expenses if your test is cancelled, but you must have turned up for your test to be able to do this. If you don't turn up, you'll have to rebook your own test and won't be able to claim expenses.
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