Driving theory tests will cost the Government £100 million less over the next nine years following the agreement of a new contract.
The firm will take over from current providers Pearson Driving Assessments.
The computer-based tests will be made available in more locations across the UK as part of the deal.
A written statement to MPs from Transport Minister Stephen Hammond said: "The result of these contract arrangements has been to secure a very good, value for money deal.
"The reduction in net cost per test, allied to the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency's forecast of increased test volumes as a result of the economic recovery, means that more than £100 million will be saved over the next nine years."
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