In the UK, it is possible for some driving test candidates to take their driving test in their own car, as long as it meets the criteria set by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA).
The criteria for using your own car for the driving test include:
1. The car must be roadworthy and have a valid MOT (if applicable).
2. The car must be taxed and insured for the purpose of the driving test.
3. The car must meet certain safety requirements, including working seat belts, lights, and horn.
4. The car must display L-plates (or D-plates in Wales) on the front and back of the vehicle.
If you are using your own car for the driving test, it is important to make sure that it meets the criteria set by the DVSA and to bring proof of insurance and MOT (if applicable) with you to the test. If you do not meet the criteria, you may be asked to reschedule your test or use a car provided by a driving school.