Twitter help service

Get updates about driving test disruptions on Twitter

Twitter help service

Twitter help service

A great new service is being brought to us from the DVSA’s customer support team who are providing a bad weather alert service on Twitter to cover driving test centres nationwide.

This service will provide news about test slots cancelled due bad weather such as snow, ice and fog.

How does the service works

When driving test slots are cancelled, DVSA’s customer support team will send out a tweet to let you know.

Each tweet will include a hashtag of the test centre concerned – you’ll find which hashtag to follow on the poster displayed on the test centre notice board.

How you and your pupils can receive updates

If you have a Twitter account, you can follow the DVSA customer support team’s account, @DVSA_HelpMe and search for tweets using your test centre hashtag.

If you don’t have a Twitter account, you can still view these updates – go to www.twitter.com/dvsa_helpme and follow the tweets from there. You can also search for your test centre hashtag without having to sign in.

For more information

If you have any queries, please can speak to your local driving examiners.