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December 27, 2021 at 7:42 pm #50563mablehaszler084
Hundreds of thousands of learner drivers are waiting up to 24 weeks to take their test in some parts of the UK due to a backlog caused by the pandemic.<br>Driving tests were prohibited for 12 months as part of the Government’s response to prevent the spread of Covid and only resumed in April this year.<br>As a result, thousands of drivers were left unable to take their test, creating a backlog which now means some learners are waiting months for a slot.<br>There are currently just more than 500,000 learners waiting to take a test with an average waiting time of 14 weeks, the DVSA said, but with some being handed a slot that is up to 24 weeks away.<br> Hundreds of thousands of learner drivers are waiting up to 24 weeks to take their practical driving test in some parts of the UK due to a backlog caused by the coronavirus pandemic<br> Pictured: Peter Hearn, operations director of the DVSA, gives evidence to the Commons Transport Committee, and addresses the driving test backlog and the waiting time for tests<br> RELATED ARTICLES
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