Those who need to renew their driver’s licence will not be required to undergo written or driving tests for now in a bid to curb Covid-19 from spreading, the Department of Land Transport announced on its Facebook page @PR.DLT.News on Tuesday.
The tests have been cancelled for people whose licence has expired as per the following:
The holder of a licence that has expired more than a year ago but not exceeding three years to the dates between January 4 and March 31, 2021, will not be required to take a written test.
However, they will need to pass a physical checkup and classroom training.
The holder of a licence that has expired for more than three years to the dates between January 4 and March 31, 2021, will not be required to take a driving test.
However, they will need to pass a physical checkup, classroom training and a written test.
The department will also accept required documents (a doctor’s certificate, classroom training certificate) that have recently expired to be usable when renewing a licence until March 31.
It has informed the Royal Thai Police that holders of expired licences can still use these for identification when required by police until March 31.