The theory test is the first hurdle that you face on the road to a driving licence. This is in two parts:
45 randomly selected multiple choice questions and 5 case study questions. You have 57 minutes to do this part.
The hazard perception involves a series of video clips. Within each video clip you will be asked to identify hazards that develop. You do this just by clicking a mouse button.
Both parts of the test must be passed at the same time. Fail one part and you'll have to take both parts again.
It's unlikely that you'll succeed unless you are fully prepared. There are a variety of books and software available and you can look at the DSA's 'Are You Ready' video. I also set a variety of homework exercises to help you pass your theory tests, as well as giving out theory sheets that are marked in front of you in the car.
How Do I Apply?
You can apply for the theory test once you have a provisional licence and can do this by calling 0300 200 1122. You can also apply online through the DSA. Make sure that you have your driving licence ready when you book. Call today for assistance in the Spalding area.
Practical Driving Test
You must pass the theory before you are able to apply for your practical driving test. Make sure that you are ready before you do this the Driving Standards Agency has an appalling record when it comes to the providing practical tests and waiting times are around 6 8 weeks at the test centre in Boston. This has caused panic bookings amongst candidates and many have taken and failed their tests long before they were ready. The DSA doesn't mind it gets 62 for each attempt.
How Do I Apply?
You can only apply for your practical test once you have passed your theory and you can apply just as you did for the theory, including online. Have both your driving license and theory test certificate ready.
Call me today for professional advice on whether you are ready to take your driving test.