The RSA issued a press release relation to the gradual resumption of services. Coronavirus (COVID – 19)
The Driver Testing Service resumed services on Monday 29 June 2020. The service is resuming on a gradual basis with bus, truck and motorcycle tests starting on 29 June, driving tests for cars are expected to resume in mid to late July. Initially 14 driving test centres are opening, will all test centres gradually be reopening in the coming weeks. You can find further information on the resumption of the driver testing service and Covid-19 measures here
Driver Theory Test (DTT)
The Driver Theory Test resumed its service on Monday 8 June 2020, you can find further information on Covid-19 measures and how to book a driver theory test here. See theorytest.ie to make a booking and for more details.
National Driver Licence Service (NDLS)
The National Driver Licence Service (NDLS) resumed services on Monday 8 June 2020. The service resumed on a gradual basis and by Monday 29 June all NDLS centres, except Clifden and Belmullet, had reopened. You can find further information on the resumption of the NDLS service, Covid-19 measures, how to book an appointment and the extension of the validity of the expiry date of licences and learner permits here Please see ndls.ie to book an appointment and for all other information relating to the National Driver Licence Service.
National Car Testing Service (NCTS)
Following the Government announcement triggering Phase 3 resumption of services the National Car Testing Service have announced the reopening of further 16 testing centres from Monday 29 June. See here for more detail.
Vehicle owners are reminded of the 4 month test extension. The National Car Testing Service (NCTS) has now updated all records for those customers’ vehicles that qualified for the 4 month test extension as announced by the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Mr Shane Ross in April.