As part of the government's plans to slowly begin reopening the country after the lockdown, all driving tests and lessons in England are set to resume no earlier than 12 April.
The Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) took to social media to give more details about the government's decision. They posted: "In line with the government's roadmap announcement, driving and theory tests will resume no earlier than 12 April in England.
"We'll provide more information about when driving and riding lessons and other test types including vocational and motorcycle tests can resume as soon as we can, but this has not yet been confirmed.
"We're also working with the Welsh and Scottish government on resuming testing and lessons and will provide more information on this when we can."
The Secretary of State for Transport, Grant Shapps, welcomed the news. He posted on Twitter: "Driving tests are set to restart in England (no earlier than) 12th April as part of our roadmap to ease restrictions.
"I'd like to thank learner drivers for their patience. We're working with so tests can take place safely.
"More details to follow soon."