Over 12,000 people have already taken advantage of the Driving Standards Agency's (DSA's) service which allows learner drivers to book their practical driving test online.
Candidates have been able to book their tests directly on the internet using the DSA website since 24 October.
Junior Transport Minister David Jamieson said in a statement: "I am delighted with the take-up of the DSA's new online booking service, which is part of the 'Modernising Government' agenda.
"We have a target to make all government services available electronically by 2005, and DSA has made a significant contribution to making key services available in this way."
As well as enabling customers to book a test on the date and at a test centre of their choice, the site lets users pay for the test online.
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