Learners are facing agonisingly long wait times to sit driving tests in some parts of the country.
A huge backlog built up during Covid-19 lockdowns has still yet to be cleared by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) and nation’s driving test centres.
In fact, DVSA bosses confirmed last week that delay periods to book tests has increased this year, extending by more than two weeks since January to over four months today.
And even when learners are able to snap up an available slot, the chances of passing is a postcode lottery depending on where they live, according to exclusive analysis of driving test recordIt has revealed the best – and worst – centres in the UK based on a combination of average wait times and pass rates.Fortunately, for learners looking to book a test situs slot gacorsitus slot gacor soon, its new online tool can help them choose the centre within a designated mile radius that has the best mix of short slot delays to jump the queue and high first-time success figures.
With the national average wait time to book a driving test slot extending by a fortnight already this year, we exclusively reveal which test centres have the best combination of early bookings and high first time pass rates
Speaking to the Transport Select Committee last week, DVSA chief executive Loveday Ryder told MPs that the average wait time to book a driving test in Britain is currently 17.3 weeks.
This is up from 15.1 weeks in January.