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We can't offer you a magic spell to pass your driving test first time - but we've got the second best thing! Check out our treasure-trove of information to help you prepare for both your theory and your practical driving tests.
If you’re learning to drive or are a newly qualified driver you’ll need no introduction to the Highway Code - it plays a major part in helping you pass your driving test.
The driving test changes are coming, so we've got a handy list of all the new 'Tell Me' questions you can expect on the big day!
50% of learner drivers do not feel prepared for the driving test changes - so we're here to help! Here's what changes you can expect from December 4th, 2017.
As well as getting to grips with driving for the first time - it's time to get your brain into gear to prepare for your Theory test. It may feel like a lot to take on board, but the Theory side will give you confidence while practising too, so it's worth cracking on and getting it out of the way.
Although the theory side of your driving test can seem daunting you have nothing to fear as long you revise thoroughly and apply common sense. Remember, the theory test isn’t designed to trick you or catch you out but to ensure that you’re safe on the roads. Here are our top tips for passing your theory test first time.
Learner drivers sometimes find the hazard perception and theory parts of their driving test more difficult than the practical assessment. With the rules of the road to remember, and so much to take on board, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and a little apprehensive in the run up to your theory test. So we’ve put together the following hazard perception test tips – if you know what to expect ,you stand the best possible chance to acing it first time!
Private practice as a learner is invaluable, but whether you’re the learner or the supervisor, the rules of the road apply to you both, so we've put together a list of what you need to remember!
Feeling a bit jittery before your first driving lesson is to be expected. Every driver on the road today has been where you are right now. They all made it through that first lesson, and beyond - and so will you!
Not sure how many driving lessons to take? According to the Driving Standards Agency (DSA), you’ll need around 44 hours of professional lessons to pass your driving test. This is just an average figure – it’s important to remember that everyone’s different.