With the whole covid thing, the FAA testing sites have been closed. My license expires this month (June), and from what I have been seeing per a SFAR if your license expires in May/June, you can take a test at the FAASafety.gov site, and recert for six months. Other area's though say to do this, you have to be part 61 (aircraft pilot) certified. If you are not Part 61, this is only good as a refresher. Is anyone up on exactly how this is all working, and if taking Activities, Courses, Seminars & Webinars - ALC_Content - FAA - FAASTeam - FAASafety.gov without a part 61 is worth the time, outside of being a good refresher.