Due to corona pandemic we serve by pre-booking only. Please, note also that there are long queues for driving and handling tests in some areas. If you are in the high-risk or quarantine group or you feel ill, we recommend you cancel your booking by phone without extra fees. We recommend that everyone visiting Ajovarma will bring a facial mask and wear it during their visit!

Precautions for coronavirus

Let’s fight coronavirus together

Ajovarma acts responsibly to prevent coronavirus from spreading among our personnel or customers. In matters concerning driving licences or permit services, please, book time as we serve by pre-booking only. Changes in opening hours may occur. Please, check the opening hours from the Offices -page. 

We will take precautions against risks to make sure working and visiting Ajovarma offices is as safe as possible. The precautions will help us to slow down the epidemic, protect the most vulnerable people and continue our services.

The precautions are:

  • We recommend that everyone visiting Ajovarma bring a facial mask and wear it during their visit!
  • Avoid handshaking.
  • Desks, door knobs etc. will be cleaned by our personnel several times a day.
  • Our personnel will wash their hands or use sanitizer before each customer.
  • During corona pandemic only the student and examiner participate in driving tests. Exceptions, like interpreters, must be discussed with the examiner. 
  • We recommend to book and pay in advance to shorten the visit in the office.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash. Use your sleeve, if tissue is not available.
  • if you feel ill or unwell, you can cancel or postpone your booking by phone without extra fees. Our customer service will help. Tel. 075 323 999
  • Do not come to the office or try to participate driving test or car inspection if you are ill or unwell.
  • If you have been travelling lately and suspect that you should be in quarantine, do not visit our office, but give us a call. (Read more on Finnish institute for health an welface website: Travel and the coronavirus pandemic)