Can I take a driving test during COVID-19?

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Driving tests NSW

In response to the health advice and risks associated with COVID-19, Service NSW postponed driver testing across NSW at the end of March 2020. On Wednesday 1 July, testing re-opened with online, phone and in person bookings available across the state.

When you attend a service centre for your test, you'll be required to sign a statutory declaration confirming you're well enough to undertake the test. You can download the Driver testing statutory declaration – PDF and have it ready to sign and be witnessed when you visit the service centre. Statutory declarations will also be available at the service centre. 

To ensure the safety of the community, family or friends may be asked to wait outside. Service NSW will also take measures to reduce the duration of a test by immediately returning to the centre if an applicant has been deemed as failing their test.

Can I go for a driving lesson in NSW or ACT?

Learner Bookings and Senior Assessments are now open

We want to assure you that the safety of our customers and instructors remains our top priority, with our team following tightly controlled protections and hygiene protocols. We ask that you do your bit by completing the COVID-19 questionnaire and cancelling your lesson if it's no longer safe for you to attend. In addition, please wash your hands or use hand sanitiser prior to entering our vehicles.

We look forward to getting you back on the road to becoming a safe and confident driver.

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