Missouri State Highway Patrol extends suspension of testing for licenses

Missouri State Highway Patrol

Missouri State Highway Patrol Superintendent Colonel Eric Olson announces that the Patrol is extending the suspension of written and skills-based driver road testing at all locations until April 15th in its effort to ensure public health and safety during the COVID-19 pandemic. The suspension includes operator, commercial driver’s license, and motorcycle testing.

The Patrol is also extending the suspension of salvage inspections at all locations and bus inspections until April 15th. The suspension does not affect local businesses that are providers of safety and emission inspections for the public and may continue to be open for services depending on their circumstances.

The Patrol is monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and is to update the public on testing and inspections as more information becomes available.