Thousands of learner drivers struggled to book their driving test this morning after the DVSA website crashed again.
More than 100,000 people are now in a virtual queue after the release of new test drive stations today. It comes after the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA)
website also crashed last week after opening for the first time since the coronavirus crisis.
The DVSA only provides limited driving spaces so that learners and examiners can comply with social distancing restrictions.
It was supposed to publish more tests on Monday,
August 24, but pushed back the next batch until 8 a.m. today due to “unprecedented demand.”
Frustrated learner drivers joked that the DVSA was able to “keep their license” after struggling to log in.Bradford-based