Tell us: how has the DVSA backlog affected you?

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<span>Photograph: Aaron Chown/PA</span>
Photograph: Aaron Chown/PA

A backlog in driving tests has led to a rise in operators bulk booking slots and reselling them at a profit.

Learners in some cities are having to choose between waiting for several months for a slot or paying hundreds of pounds to sit their test due to pent-up demand caused by the pandemic, according to the BBC.

We would like to hear from driving instructors and examiners, learner drivers and others with experience of the backlog. Have you bought or sold a test at a higher rate? How is the problem of the backlog being dealt with? What other issues are instructors and learners facing at the moment?

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