Class 2-5 road tests to resume in phases: New tests not available until backlog cleared

Effectively immediately, road tests for Classes 2, 3, 4 and 5 will resume in a phased-in approach for customers whose previously booked appointments were cancelled due to COVID-19.

The initial phase calls for customers, who had previously booked tests will be contacted in order of their scheduled appointments. It’s estimated there are approximately 4,300 previously booked appointments.

Once these customers have been booked, MPI will enter into its second phase which will be announced to the public in early July. The general public is reminded that no new road tests for Classes 2-5 are available until further notice.

MPI resumed its Class 1 road tests and knowledge testing for all licence classes within the last month. With the safety of customers and staff in mind, procedures developed for the resumption of Class 1 road tests are also being applied to all classes.

Customers must do the following in order to complete their road test:

  • Arrive 15 minutes early and maintain physical distancing (minimum of 2 metres/6 feet) when possible
  • Provide and wear their own mask (non-medical masks are permitted)
  • Answer questions to ensure they have not been exposed to COVID-19
  • Sanitize all touchpoints in their vehicle

If customers are not able to comply with the outlined requirements, the test will be cancelled and rebooked for a later time.

Full details of the updated procedures can be found here.

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