LEE’S SUMMIT, Mo. — The Missouri State Highway Patrol announced Tuesday that they have suspended all driving tests across the state.
Superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol Colonel Eric T. Olson said in a news release that the driving portion of the tests will be canceled through March 31.
“The Patrol is monitoring the status of the COVID-19 pandemic and will update the public on testing after March 31 as more information becomes available,” Colonel Olson said.
The Highway Patrol said they will still be conducting the written tests, but they will restrict the number of people allowed in its facilities at one time.
To see current test sites click or tap here.
The Highway Patrol does ask they if you are anyone you’ve been in contact with feels ill, to avoid taking your written exam.
⚠️ EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY ⚠️— MSHP General HQ (@MSHPTrooperGHQ) March 17, 2020
The Patrol is suspending driver road tests at all locations. Written testing will continue.
The Patrol appreciates the public’s cooperation in this unprecedented move to ensure public safety. #COVID19
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