On these pages you will find useful information and resources to help you towards your goal of passing your driving test.
1. Getting Started - basic procedures - MSM, POM
2. Moving Off and Stopping
4. Road Signs & Markings
5. Hill Starts
6. Pedestrian Crossings
7. Meeting Traffic
8. Parallel Park
Follow these easy links:
Terms & Conditions
Apps for phone/tablet
Basic information - reminders
Theory Test Information
->->Practical Test Information <-<-
Essential Viewing Before Your Test
Show Me Tell Me Questions
Allerdrive Show Me Tell Me App for Android
You can book the theory test here (£25)
You can book the practical test here (£62)
These links take you to the official booking site. Don't use 3rd party sites that charge you more!
The Driving Test phone booking number is 0300 200 11 22
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Cut the cost of driving lessons by buying a Highway Code!
Many people think they don't need the Highway Code as they use apps and dvds to help them learn for the theory test. However the highway code is not just about the theory test. There is essential information in there that will enhance your driving lessons and help you to remember principles that you learn on your lessons. If you learn the information in the Highway code it will certainly speed up the process of learning to drive!
The most helpful resource to help with the Theory Test is Driving Test Success by Focus Multimedia. Not only do you get the official theory test revision questions but also some hazard perception clips to practice and a host of other information. Find out more by clicking the image below.
For more information about the theory test, useful resources, videos and apps then go to our Theory Test page
CGI Hazard Perception clips
As from January 2015 the hazard perception test uses CGI (computer generated images) in the "video clips". This replaces the previous clips that used actual footage of real life situations. The new images are claimed to be clearer. The old video clips are still valid for learning purposes.