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DriveTest Back In Business, But Backlog Remains

TORONTO, Ont. - DriveTest Centres opened their doors Jan. 4 for the first time since a four-month strike ended. Full services at all DriveTest Centres have been resumed, according to a message on the ...


TORONTO, Ont. –DriveTest Centres opened their doors Jan. 4 for the first time since a four-month strike ended. Full services at all DriveTest Centres have been resumed, according to a message on the company’s Web site www.drivetest.ca.

However, it appears professional drivers will still take priority when it comes to scheduling road tests.

DriveTest is advising drivers to arrive for their road tests 30 minutes early to give adequate time for check-in procedures. All truck schools will book through the pre-strike normal process on a first-come, first-served basis, the company says.

Meanwhile, drivers with expired licences will be covered under the MTO’s extension until July 1, 2010. Drivers with expired licences must book their road test by calling 888-570-6110 or visiting a DriveTest Centre in person and braving the line-ups. DriveTest is reportedly hiring more staff to cope with the backlog.


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