Covid 19

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Driving lessons
suspended
In Liverpool
due to Covid 19

Due to the current Covid 19 R rate, the government announced (on the 4th January 2021) to place the UK into lockdown.

Unfortunately due to their announcement, all driving lessons with Evolution driving School, have been suspended until further notice from the government.

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may be causing anyone and we appreciate your patience at this time. 

If you’ve previously been taking driving lessons with evolution driving school in Liverpool and have been active within your driving instructors diary prior to lockdown.

We’ll make sure your place is reserved once we’re allowed to continue teaching driving lessons again.

If your not an existing customer with evolution driving school and would like to be?

You can register you interest via the link below and we’ll book you in for the next available appointment

Driving Tests
Impacted by
Covid 19

Currently all driving tests have been cancelled due to Covid 19 lockdown restrictions.

Before we can determine when driving tests will be rolled out again, the government will need to announce an exit strategy for the UK.

If you currently have a driving test booked, the DVSA will automatically cancel the test if its been established the test can’t be conducted due to lockdown restrictions. 

We understand this is a frustrating period for test candidates, especially if  your test booking is pushed to the back of the que.

Looking for a driving test cancellation could be a solution to this problem !

You can look for cancellations directly via the link below.

Alternatively, you can look for a cancellation using a third party company, Like cancellations for all which is attached to the ink below.

PPE and
Sanatation

DVSA announced the use of face masks to be worn on driving tests, unless you have a medical condition which makes you exempt. 

Currently we are implementing the same guidelines as the DVSA, via requesting both learner Drivers and our driving instructor’s wear a a mask too.

If their is a medical reason to make either of them exempt, we’ll review the situation to see if we can find a solution.

For your protection, we will have hand sanitiser available for you to use. We will always make sure we have plenty of supplies, incase you would like to use it multiple times throughout the driving lesson.

Between every driving lesson we will make sure the car has been cleaned on all key surfaces. We won’t use the air conditioning, instead we’ll opt to have the windows down slightly (when its not raining heavily) to keep the car well ventilated. 

FAQ

Before the pandemic driving tests at most test centres across the country have an average waiting time of around 5/8 weeks.  Now driving tests are averaging around 18 weeks or longer, depending on which part of the country you live in.

If you would like to check what the waiting time is for driving tests at your local test centre you can do it by clicking on this link.

if you have Covid 19 symptoms the NHS are advising you stay at home and isolate for ten days. If you do have symptoms we would advise to get booked in for a Covid 19 test – incase you need to Contact trace and isolate.

If you do have a driving lesson booked within this timeline make sure you notify your driving instructor to cancel your driving lesson.

 

you can cancel your driving test via the DVSA booking window. To avoid loosing your test fee try to logon at least three days before your booking date.

Alternatively you can email DVSA

customerservices@dvsa.gov.uk

Or telephone for more information.
Telephone: 0300 200 1122

The format of the driving test is exactly the same as it was before the covid 19 pandemic. The only change during the driving test is you will be instructed to drive back to the test centre if you commit a serious or dangerous fault.

Covid 19 driving lessons in Liverpool
We won't charge
for late notice
cancellations

Normally we operate a 48 hour cancellation policy. During the Coronavirus pandemic we’ll adopt a different approach. With regard to mild cold/flu like symptoms we would recommend our pupils take a proactive approach to cancelling the lesson without worrying about a late notice cancellation charge. Although we won’t be charging for late notice cancellation, we will review this if the system is abused.