To book online, you’ll need your valid licence and a credit or debit card. You’ll also need to read and understand the terms and conditions of your booking.
You can only book the driving test(s) relevant to the vehicle categories on your provisional licence, so before you book your test you should make sure your licence displays the correct categories. Some tests (including Island Knowledge and PSV) cannot be booked online; you will need to visit us to book in person.
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Your Driver Number can be found in field 4d. Enter only first 6 digits.
- When attending your theory or practical driving test appointment you are required by law to present a valid Jersey provisional licence and any other documentation to the examiner or invigilator immediately before you take your test. If you arrive without your documentation or licence, you will not be allowed to take the test and you will lose your fee. You will not, under any circumstances, be allowed to produce them at a later time.
- Your Jersey provisional licence must be valid for the category of test you are sitting (it must have a valid start and expiry date and bear the same driver number as the one used to book the test originally). For practical tests, you will also have to produce a Jersey theory test pass certificate, a certificate of insurance and a CBT pass certificate depending on the type of driving test being taken. All documents must be originals; faxes or photocopies are not acceptable.
- Arriving late for your appointment will result in you not being able to sit your test and you will lose your fee. You should arrive at Driver and Vehicle Standards (DVS), La Collette, St Helier 15 minutes before your test appointment time.
- To cancel or reschedule your driving test online or in person at DVS, you must give three whole working days' notice (excluding Saturdays and Sundays, public holidays, Christmas day and Good Friday). You must bring your licence and receipt with you if applying in person at DVS.
- You may re-book your test straight away if you do not pass but you will be unable to sit a test of the same category for one week (seven days) from the date of your previous attempt.
- When taking your practical test in a private vehicle you must produce current insurance cover: either the actual certificate of insurance or a cover note (not a policy schedule or an insurance disc). Your vehicle must be in a roadworthy condition. Failure to comply with the insurance or vehicle provisions will result in you not being able to sit your test and you will lose your fee. You cannot take your practical test in a left hand drive vehicle, all panel vans, Ford KA convertible, BMW Mini convertible, VW Beetle convertible or Toyota iQ. If you are unsure about the suitability of your vehicle, check with DVS before booking your test.
- Category B test vehicles (car and small van) must be fitted with a seatbelt and head restraint for the examiner. The head restraint must be an integral part of the seat. Slips on head restraints are not permissible.
- If you are taking a category A motorcycle test, you must use a heavy motorcycle with a minimum engine size of 240cc (not 239cc, 238cc etc). For A1 motorcycle tests, you must use a light motorcycle with a minimum engine size of 75cc (not 72cc, 74cc etc). If you are unsure, check the vehicle registration document for the engine cc before booking your test.