Coronavirus (COVID-19) Statement
- As a result of a Government measure issued at 8.30pm on Monday 23rd March 2020 by Boris Johnson (Prime Minister) announcing an immediate strict lockdown across the whole country, all driving lessons with KJT Driver Training have now been cancelled until further notice.
- Current pupils can contact me to discuss any issues arising from this situation.
- I will honour all pre-paid lessons and reschedule to a later date when normal business practice can resume.
PLEASE SEE BELOW REGARDING DVSA THEORY & PRACTICAL DRIVING TESTS.
Driving tests suspended for up to 3 months - tests for critical workers to continue and be prioritised
We are suspending driving tests for up to 3 months from Saturday 21 March 2020 as there is extended contact between candidates and examiners in vehicles. Motorcycle tests are also being suspended.
We have put in place plans to provide tests for people who provide essential services.
- car driving tests
- motorcycle tests
- ADI tests
- lorry, coach and bus driving tests
We will get in touch with everyone with a test booked during this time to let them know their test has been suspended and that we will automatically re-book them.
In addition all theory tests have been cancelled until Monday 20 April 2020 and refunds will be issued.
Out of pocket expenses
If a test has been suspended with less than 3 days’ notice, you and your pupils will be able to claim out-of-pocket expenses.
We will be monitoring the emerging situation and will let you know if we need to cancel any more tests.
Theory tests cancelled for 4 weeks
Due to the unfolding COVID-19 situation, from Friday 20 March 2020, all theory tests have been postponed until Monday 20 April 2020.
What DVSA is doing
We are emailing anyone with a test booked during this time to let them know their test has been cancelled and that they will be automatically refunded.
Your pupils should not rebook or rearrange their test at this time. Please do not call our customer service centre as they will not be able to help.
We will be monitoring the emerging situation and we will let you know if we need to cancel any more tests.