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STELLARTON – Eight Access Nova Scotia centres are offering expanded hours for the written test to become a new driver in Nova Scotia.
The Stellarton Access Centre, located at 94 Lawrence Blvd. will now be open from Monday to Friday from 1 to 4 p.m. for people who want to take the written test.
These expanded hours apply to the written test only.
"This is just the start of ongoing improvements we are making to better meet the needs of new drivers," said Minister of Service Nova Scotia Mark Furey. "As I announced in April 2016, Service Nova Scotia is undergoing a significant transformation which will improve and modernize our programs and services. Nova Scotians, including new drivers, can expect to see service improvements on an ongoing basis."
For a full listing of Registry of Motor Vehicle locations and hours visit novascotia.ca/sns/access/locations/locations.asp