First up, congratulations on being test ready! Breathe deep, relax, you’ve got this!
If it’s snowy on your test day and conditions are unsafe, your test might be cancelled. If this happens, you’ll receive an email - so if it’s looking a bit snowy keep an eye on your inbox.
Typically your instructor may be aware that your test isn’t going ahead from other cancellations that day. However only you will receive the cancellation email so don't rely on your instructor to tell you.
You can also call your test centre if there's snow or ice on the day of your test to find out if it's still going ahead. Don’t panic if no one answers - you should always go along for your test if you haven't been told otherwise. Don’t assume any cancellations as you might have to pay again for your rescheduled test if you don’t turn up!
What if my test is cancelled?
If your driving test is cancelled because of bad weather, you’ll usually be sent a new driving test date within 3 working days. This could take up to 7 days if the bad weather continues for longer. Fortunately you won’t have to pay again for your rescheduled test!