DVSA has published guidance about what you should expect when you take theory tests.
DVSA will share your details with the relevant NHS service if a DVSA member of staff you had close contact with both:
In Scotland full details can be found at the NHS Inform Coronavirus (COVID-19): Contact tracing website.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has introduced social distancing measures and safety precautions at test centres.
Staff will wear a face covering (unless there's a medical reason that it's not recommended for them) and gloves.
You have to come into the test centre alone. This is to help with social distancing.
In Scotland, you must bring and wear a face covering when you come for your test, unless you have a good reason not to.
This includes if:
You will need to remove it briefly so the test centre staff can check your ID.
Find out how to wear and make a cloth face covering.
You must not come for your theory test if:
You have to stay at home (self-isolate).
Change your theory test appointment if you need to self-isolate on the day of your theory test.
You can do this free of charge if you're self-isolating, including if you do it at short notice (within 3 clear working days of the test).
If you're clinically extremely vulnerable, you should have received a letter telling you that you're in this group or have been told by your GP.
The changes to the theory test that were planned to be introduced on 14 April 2020 have not gone ahead. This is because of the coronavirus outbreak.
DVSA will make these changes to the theory test as soon as possible. In the meantime, the theory test will continue to work in the same way as it did before April.