Missouri State Highway Patrol suspends driver road testing

The Missouri State Highway Patrol is suspending driver road testing at all locations beginning Tuesday. Superintendent Colonel Eric T. Olson says all road tests are cancelled for the remainder of March.

The patrol is monitoring the status of the coronavirus pandemic and will update the public on testing after March 31, as more information becomes available. Written testing services will continue, but the highway patrol will restrict the number of applicants allowed in each facility to ensure recommended social distancing measures are followed. The location of services is subject to change due to building closures in some jurisdictions.

The highway patrol is requesting potential testers refrain from taking a written exam if they, a member of the household, a family member or other personal acquaintance have been diagnosed with coronavirus; if they’ve had contact with a person diagnosed with or suspected of having the virus; if a medical professional, hospital staff member or other health agency representative has asked them to self-quarantine; or if they have an undiagnosed fever, cough, shortness of breath or other symptoms associated with coronavirus or another upper respiratory infection. Anyone unsure if these criteria are met should postpone seeking a written exam.

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