Driver Road Testing Suspended in Missouri

(Jefferson City, MO.) Beginning immediately the Missouri State Highway Patrol is suspending driver road testing at all locations. All road tests through March 31 are canceled. 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. Written testing services will continue, but the Patrol will restrict the number of applicants allowed in each facility at one time to ensure recommended social distancing measures are followed. The location of services is subject to change due to building closures in some jurisdictions. For information on current test sites related to Driver Examination, and for information on CDL examinations, visit   Patrol officials also ask you refrain from taking a written examination if you, a member of your household, a family member, or other personal acquaintance, have been diagnosed with COVID-19 or you have had been in contact with any person diagnosed with, or suspected of having, COVID-19, if you been told by a medical professional to self quarantine, or you have an undiagnosed fever, cough, shortness of breath, or other symptom associated with COVID-19 or another upper respiratory infection. If you are unsure about whether you meet any of these criteria, please postpone seeking a written examination and return at a later date. This request is based on the recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that are designed to prevent the spread of the novel corona virus. Missouri State Highway Patrol leaders say they appreciate the your cooperation in this unprecedented move to ensure public safety.