Theory & Practical

Being a good driver is about much more than just handling a car.  You also need to know what road signs mean, what makes for good road etiquette and how to anticipate dangers before they actually happen (hazard perception).  This is why the Theory Test is designed to help you 'read the road' safely with the huge volumes of traffic today.

It's a sad but true fact that one in five new drivers have an accident in their first year.  However, research shows that this statistic changes dramatically with just three hours of 'hazard perception training' which can really reduce the accident rate of new drivers.

The test is made up of two parts - a multiple choice section and a hazard perception section.  You'll need to pass both these bits before you can book a driving test.

The Theory Test Explained

Once you've passed your Theory Test, we shall tell you how ready you are for your Practical Test.  Naturally, we want you to pass first time so we will work closely together to ensure you cover all the topics (lesson plans), not just covering them all but ensuring that you actually fully understand everything and will revisit them again and again as necessary until we are both happy.  As progress is made, we will then discuss plans with you for booking your test at an appropriate time then we have a target goal to aim for.

Please ensure you book your Theory Test through Direct Gov via the link below:
https://www.gov.uk/book-theory-test

Please also ensure you book your Practical Test through Direct Gov via the link below:
https://www.gov.uk/book-driving-test

New theory test to help any one with learning difficulties.(please click)

N.B.  Please be aware that there are many third parties out there offering to do this for you, looking very much like Direct Gov.  Although they will do it all for you, you will find that they will charge much more!  Also, any changes you wish to make afterwards, may also incur extra charges so to avoid this, please, please always ensure you only ever book through the Direct Gov websites by using the links above.