The DVSA’s Chief Executive has penned an open letter to motorcycle schools to help clear up some confusion around training and testing during the lockdown.
They key message, is that if you need to pass your test to allow you to carry out essential work. It’s still possible. DVSA Chief Executive Gareth Llewellyn said: “As you know, we have suspended motorcycle tests to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. We are continuing to provide emergency tests for those whose work is critical to the coronavirus response.”
He added: “We will continue to prioritise these and match them against 50 volunteer motorcycle examiners across Great Britain. Not all driving examiners are able to provide this service because those particularly vulnerable from coronavirus need to stay at home. However, those staying at home are helping to process requests for emergency tests.”