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Passed on 9th May, Adam Bennett from Great Barr

Passed on 9th May, Adam Bennett from Great Barr

"Passed First Time"...


Passed 19th February, Jake McMorrow from Great Barr

Passed 19th February, Jake McMorrow from Great Barr

"Passed First Time"...


Passed 15th February, Liam Emanuel from Great Barr

Passed 15th February, Liam Emanuel from Great Barr

"Well Done Liam"...


Passed 15th February, Tommy Smith from Great Barr

Passed 15th February, Tommy Smith from Great Barr

"Passed First Time"...


Passed 12th February, Chirag Parmar from Great Barr

Passed 12th February, Chirag Parmar from Great Barr

"Passed First Time"...


Passed 11th December, Mitchell Prothero from Great Barr

Passed 11th December, Mitchell Prothero from Great Barr

Passed First Time !!...


Passed 22nd November, Michael Donohoe of Great Barr

Passed 22nd November, Michael Donohoe of Great Barr

Passed First Time !!...


Passed 28th June, Luke Ridout is from West Bromwich

Passed 28th June, Luke Ridout is from West Bromwich

Passed First Time !...


Passed 11th June, Bradley Chapman from Boldmere

Passed 11th June, Bradley Chapman from Boldmere

Passed First Time !...


Passed on 16th April, Sam Nellist is from Great Barr

Passed on 16th April, Sam Nellist is from Great Barr

Passed First Time...


Passed 22nd March, Chenille Smith from Great Barr

Passed 22nd March, Chenille Smith from Great Barr

Passed First Time...


Passed 22nd March, Onyx Butler is from Great Barr

Passed 22nd March, Onyx Butler is from Great Barr

Well Done Only Two Faults !!...


Passed 5th February, Aaron Heys is from Great Barr

Passed 5th February, Aaron Heys is from Great Barr

Passed First Time...


Passed 2nd February, Charlie Hawkins from Great Barr

Passed 2nd February, Charlie Hawkins from Great Barr

Passed First Time...


Passed 20th December, Stacey Lane from Great Barr

Passed 20th December, Stacey Lane from Great Barr

First Time Pass !!...


Passed 18th December, Dan Lawrence from Great Barr

Passed 18th December, Dan Lawrence from Great Barr

Well Done Only Two Faults...


Driving Tests & Information

You must obtain a full driving licence by passing the practical driving test for the type of vehicle you want to drive. Different tests are available for users of different vehicles, from car drivers, to motorcyclists and HGV drivers.

The are three seperate parts to the test: the theory test, hazard perception test and practical test.

It is necessary to pass all three parts, theory, hazard perception and practical, before a full driving licence is granted.

VERY IMPORTANT TEST BOOKING WARNING.

Some sites will make a charge for booking your test .

There is absolutely no need to pay a test booking fee.

Make sure you use the official DSA booking site.

Book Your Tests Here :  www.gov.uk/dsa




Theory Test
 
Theory Test The THEORY test is a computer based multiple choice exam, it is very simple to understand and needs no previous computer experience..

The HAZARD PERCEPTION part of the test is also computer based and is designed to test your reaction to developing situations. This is something that you will learn starting with your 1st practical lesson.

If you have access to a computer, there are a number of excellent software programmes available to prepare for both tests.

Full guidance and support will be given in conjunction with your practical lessons.

You will find your nearest test centre by going to www.direct.gov.uk website, and the current test fee is £31.00

What Is The Theory Test?

The theory test consists of two parts;

Part 1)  is 50 Multiple Choice Questions

Part 2)  The Hazard Perception Test comprising 14 video clips, each clip lasting around a minute. You will find a total of 15 hazards.

You have to pass both multiple choice & hazard perception parts at the same test appointment to attain an overall pass.  Should you pass one part, but fail the other, you will need to book another appointment to take both elements of the test again.

The test is completed under exam conditions in a dedicated Theory Test centre entirely on a touch screen computer (you have the choice of utilizing a mouse should you prefer!). Headphones will have to be used throughout the entire test.

A voiceover may be requested where the questions and answers are automatically read out to help individuals with reading difficulties, or for whom English isn’t their first language.

Who has to take a Theory Test?

If you’re a learner driver you have to take and pass your theory test before you book your practical test.  If you currently have a driving licence for one category you might not have to take another theory test in order to start driving a different vehicle.

UK Licence Holders

You have to take a theory test if you want a licence for a new group of vehicle, for example, for those who have a car licence & you also want a motorcycle licence you will have to take a theory test.  If, however, you would like to upgrade within a vehicle category you will not normally have to take a theory test, for instance, for those who have a full automatic car licence & you also want a manual car licence you won’t have to take a theory test.  It’s your responsibility to ensure you possess the correct licence for the vehicle you’re driving

Foreign Licence Holders - EEA Countries

In the event you hold a valid Community licence & you're simply visiting the United Kingdom, you can drive any vehicle so long as your licence remains valid.  The correct full entitlement for the vehicle you intend to drive must be shown on your licence.

Non EEA Countries

Should you hold a full driving licence issued outside the EEA it might be possible to change it for an equivalent British licence.  You need to contact the Driver & Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) to discover if you are able to exchange your foreign licence.

In the event you cannot exchange your foreign licence you will need to apply for a British provisional licence, take a theory & practical test

 
 




"Dave's Teaching Methods were Excellent & Clearly Explained..."


"I didn't expect to be actually driving myself so quickly but with Dave's Help I was driving, turning corners, and changing gears on my very first driving lesson."

Ryan Owen

"Dave was So Patient, Understanding and Flexible..."


"I was a bit wary to begin with, as my old instructor was female. But as soon as I met Dave I knew we'd get on, he is "Fab", Really Patient, and has a great Sense of Humour, it wasn't like having driving lessons, it was like we were old friends having a chat and a laugh, I Really Enjoyed the Whole Experience."

Becki Hancock

"It's Great, Now I don't have to Rely on Other People..."


"Dave's Teaching Methods were Excellent, Everything seemed So Simple. I wasn't really looking forward to learning to drive because I get so nervous. Dave made my lessons fun and I enjoyed them so much, I couldn't wait for the next."

Rebecca Radford

Theory test explained: official DVSA guide


Driving test explained: official DVSA guide


 
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