Some driving tests will resume in Wales on Monday 3 August, but there will be a phased return and candidates must wear face masks.
Centres will be closed but toilets will be available and candidates must not arrive until five minutes before due start time and observe social distancing rules.
The DVSA says this advice replaces any given in emails to candidates since the CV-19 epidemic halted tests in March.
“The restarting of driving tests today will be welcome news to those who have had to bear the frustration of delaying their tests due to the pandemic, said Dan Hutson, head of motor insurance comparethemarket.com
“For many, passing a driving test is about more than just getting around town, as cars are essential to secure and maintain some jobs. Our research found that over half (56%) of young people actively trying to pass their test during the pandemic said that not being able to progress with their test would negatively impact their chances of securing employment.
“However, a number of drivers, whether they have passed or not, are worried about their recent lack of practice. One in three drivers are nervous about the driving ability of their fellow road users after a period of absence off the road. It is essential that people feel confident in their own abilities before properly returning to the road.”