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Driving centre row to hit tests on Wednesday

Thursday, 27th March, 2014 3:41pm
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Driving centre row to hit tests on Wednesday
Driving centre row to hit tests on Wednesday

Driving test candidates from across the midlands are being advised to reschedule driving tests on Wednesday afternoon next due to an industrial dispute.

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) has advised customers nationwide who are scheduled for a driving test next Wednesday afternoon, April 2, that their tests will need to be rescheduled.

This is due to industrial action being taken by IMPACT, the union that represents driver testers.

Customers who are due to take their test that day are being notified of the disruption and plans are in place to reschedule their tests, at no cost, as quickly as possible at times that are convenient for them.

The dispute between IMPACT and the RSA centre on the use of reserve driver testers.

The RSA regrets that drivers waiting for a test will be affected and every effort will be made to facilitate them with a rescheduled test date at no cost, as quickly as possible. 

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