Driving Tests in
Driving Style, will guide you for the best possible chance to successfully pass your practical test
Available and Additional
Extra time maybe granted to learners, but you must satisfy that you hold:
A medical statement
A doctor's letter
From experience this extra time is not normally needed.
Voice overs of the test are available under exceptional circumstances, or the use of headphones is available on request, you MUST state this at time of booking.
That affects driving
Any medication you need to take must be declared to the DVLA.
If you do not declare this you run the risk of having your licence suspended!
Any prescribed medication must be taken on time - every time, as per your doctor's instructions. This can vastly reduce any issues when driving.
SEN & Extra info
for Driving Tests
Specify any useful information on the booking forms under "additional information".
I would advise to let your instructor do this part.
Specify need/issue: e.g. Autism; Asperger’s and how this is managed;
Ask examiner to avoid using complex English terminology.
AVOID examiner asking student: “how does your disability/requirements affect your driving?”
Get your instructor to write any key notes and send them into the test centre 2-days before the test.