Pass your theory test

The theory test – how to practice and pass it first time!

The ten most ‘difficult’ theory test questions The theory test is, in effect, part one of your driving test. You can’t take the second part (the practical driving test) without passing your theory test first. Given the importance of the theory test, it’s surprising how many people do very little practice before they take it. …

How to pass the theory test

Car theory test – top tips to help you pass

Essential reading and other resourcesHighway Code – download (pdf) Highway code – online version The official DVSA guide to driving: the essential skills Theory Test ProTop tipsRead the question….twice! Carefully read each Theory Test question and answer choices, and then read the question again to ensure you answer correctly! You get 57 minutes to complete …

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The ten ‘most difficult’ theory test questions

You can see some tricky theory test questions (and the answers) below. If you need any help with your theory feel free to drop me an email and I’ll try to help 🙂Want to save some money on your driving lessons?If you’re learning to drive you will learn much faster and need fewer driving lessons …

Theory test scam alert

Don’t get scammed!

Almost every day we hear from learners who have paid money to book their test; not realising they were not booking it with the DVSA but through a third party website. These websites are charging for something that people can do for free themselves and with total ease. Many people are calling for the DVSA …

How to remeber stopping distances

How to remember stopping distances for your theory test

This article will help you remember stopping distances for the UK driving theory test and also help you overcome theory test nerves.A common question on the theory test is ‘what is the [overall stopping, thinking or braking] distance at 30 mph?’ etc. Rather than remembering a list of the distances, you can calculate them instead …