Do they supply a car for the driving test?
No - you need to supply a legal, roadworthy car with L-plates.
Therefore, your car will need to be insured, taxed and have a valid MOT (if applicable).
The majority of candidates use their Driving Instructor's car for the test - the car will have all the requirements necessary.
Some test candidates use their own car because they feel more comfortable in it. In these cases, it's up to the person taking the test to
ensure that the vehicle meets all the requirments. The Examiner will not allow the test to go ahead if the car doesn't meet the requirements.
On the Examiner's marking sheet there's a declaration the candidate must sign before the test, it states that the
vehicle meets all the legal requirements. The actual declaration wording is below:
I declare that:
The use of the test vehicle for the purposes of the test is fully covered by a valid policy of insurance which satisfies the
requirements of the relevant legislation.