Bad weather conditions often cause driving test centers in the UK to change the appointment date. Throughout the year, the UK is facing snowstorms, flooding, thick fog and winds that are causing the driving test centers to cancel the tests.
Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) is allowing the applicants to check the weather details of their respective driving test centers. The local driving test centers are also notifying the people about driving license cancellations.
To tackle this problem, DVSA has approved many platforms with services of driving test cancellations where applicants can set the new date without paying anything. DVSA has also allowed changing the appointments up to six times.
People in the UK are looking for online services to find the earlier slots on the day of the driving test. The applicants can cancel their appointment between 6 am to 11:40 pm. Cancellation on the day before the bad weather does not allow any refund of money. There are many other reasons that cause the test centers to cancel the appointments.
Some people in the UK cancel their test due to the problem with their own cars. DVSA has allowed such people to book another test and pay again. Sometimes people get nervous and do not feel well. Such people can also opt for driving test cancellations. The applicants can only avail refund if the DVSA cancels the test at short notice. Canceling the test within three working days also allows them to avail the refund.