LEARNER driver James Jenkins had his driving test cancelled on the spot - after writing a `wobbly' signature.
James, 18, of Kirkheaton, was all set to take his test when he was told his signature on an application form did not resemble the one on his licence.
Flabbergasted James, 18, has already taken three tests - two at Wakefield and one at Halifax - and has never had any problems before.
He has been having driving lessons for about eight months.
He was feeling confident before his latest exam at the Huddersfield Test Centre in Waverley Road.
But after filling in a brief form, the examiner told him his signature was suspect.
"It seems a poor excuse," said James's outraged father, Robert. "His signature wasn't way out; it was slightly out.
"He hasn't changed in his photo one iota," said Mr Jenkins, who added: "The photo is more important than the signature."
Mr Jenkins is worried more people may have been affected by similar decisions.
He said: "If it's affecting James it must be affecting others. He waited nearly 10 weeks for the test. Now he has to reapply."
James paid £100 for the pre-test drives and the test.
A Driving Standards Agency spokeswoman said: "We have received a written complaint and we will be looking into it."
She said examiners were told to compare the candidate's signature on the licence with the one they put on the bottom of the examiner's marking form.