The DSA (Driving Standards Agency) has adjusted the way out of hours driving tests are offered from 17 May 2009.
Appointments for the practical car driving test outside normal hours are offered only where overall demand is high at individual test centres.
Appointments classed as out of hours are those offered at the weekend and, during the summer, weekday early mornings and evenings.
DSA Chief Executive, Rosemary Thew, said: “These changes will ensure that our examiners’ time is focused on where it is needed most. We will keep the situation under constant review and offer testing outside normal hours to provide extra capacity where it is needed.”
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