Book your official DVSA car Theory Test today online with GOV UK or Homers Driving School can book your Theory for a small additional admin fee.
You will need a Provisional Licence this can be applied for from the age of 15 years & 9 months, you can only take your theory test from your 17th Birthday, you need to insert your postcode then you will find your nearest Theory Test Centre.
Ways to practise on your Smartphone, Tablet, Laptop or Desktop Computer.
• DVSA study materials buy or download
• Buy APPS on your iPhone or iPads
• Online retailers order reading or software materials from e.g. EBay, Amazon etc.
• High Street Book Shops such as W H Smith, Waterstones or Main Post Offices
Purchase direct from Homers;
Driving Theory Test Revision Available for Learner Drivers – Anywhere Programme Log In is ONLY £10.
Contact us today to get your unlimited access to everything you need to pass your Theory Test first time – on 0800 612 4897 or 07432 458100
Visit – The Instructor Hub 1 Baird House, Second Avenue, Pensnett Trading Estate, Kingswinford Dudley DY6 7YA. (right by the DVSA Practical Driving Test Centre Newton House Dudley)
Theory test changes: 14th April 2020 this will Consists of:
Include 3 multiple-choice questions based on a short video which you the candidate will watch. The change will make the Theory Test more accessible to people with reading difficulties – like Dyslexia, learning disability and developmental condition – like Autism. At the moment the changes ONLY apply to Car Theory Tests.
How the Theory Test has changed:
Theory Test is using video clips instead of written case studies. This changed on the 14th April 2020, you watch one video clip instead of reading a case study, then answer 3 multiple-choice questions about it. You can watch the video clip as many times as you wish during the multiple-choice part of the Theory Test. This still tests your knowledge and understanding of road rules.
Theory Test – same as before:
You will still need to study the same books and software to prepare for your Theory Test. The Theory Test pass mark is 87%, so you will need to answer 43 out of 50 multiple choice questions correctly to PASS. The Hazard Perception PASS mark is 44 out of 75. Remember you have to score a PASS IN BOTH SECTIONS of the Driving Theory Test to pass the overall Theory Test.
You will still need to:
Multiple Choice Questions – there are 50 questions and you need to get 43 right to pass. You still have 57 minutes to do it in.
Hazard Perception Test – you get points for spotting the developing hazards as soon as they start to happen. Developing hazard is something that would cause you to take action change in direction or in speed. 15 video clips, maximum score up to 5 points for each developing hazard. You can only watch the video clip once.
Book your official DVSA car Practical Driving Test today online with GOV UK. If you insert your postcode you will find your nearest Practical Driving Test Centre or Homers Driving School can book your Practical Driving Test for a small additional admin fee. “QUICK TEST”
Homers Driving School have access 24 hours before public release. We can search or put an Alert out for a Practical Driving Test.
There a few local Driving Test Centres in our area:
• Wolverhampton Ettingshall
• Wolverhampton Featherstone
• Wednesbury Knowles Street
• Dudley Pensnett Trading Estate Dudley
• Birmingham The Pavilion Moor Lane
• Birmingham Kingstanding
• Birmingham Kings Heath
• Worcester Stanier Road Warndon
• Redditch Elm Road Worcestershire
• Ludlow Herefordshire
we can also search for a Practical Driving Test at other driving centres – Garretts Green Birmingham, South Yardley, Shirley Birmingham, Sutton Coldfield Boldmere or Wydnley,
The Practical Driving Test currently costs £62.00 for a week day test and £75.00 for weekend or bank holiday.
Extended Practical Driving Tests is for someone who has been banned from driving and their pricing are currently £124.00 in the week and £150.00 on a weekend and holiday time, plus the test time is longer around 70 minutes.
What happens during a Practical Driving Test for Cars?
The Practical Driving Test includes 5 parts, it will last around 40 minutes and the test is the same for both manual and automatic cars.
• An Eyesight Check you will have to read a number plate from a distance of 20 meters
• “Show me, Tell me” you will be asked 2 Vehicle Safety Questions
• General Driving Ability you will drive in various road and traffic conditions
• Reversing Your Vehicle the examiner will ask you do 1 out 3 exercises
• 20 minutes Independent Driving using either a Sat Nav or Traffic Signs
Pass Plus is a practical training course that takes at least 6 hours and is for drivers to improve their skills and drive more safety. It can be taken at any time although it should be most useful to new drivers in the first year after passing their practical driving test. You won’t take a test but you will be assessed throughout the course to pass each module at a required standard.
Pricing start from £180.00 for a manual car or automatic car from £199.00.
As I previously mentioned it takes at least 6 hours. It has 6 modules, covering driving in/on:
• All weathers
• Rural roads
• Dual Carriageways
Build your confidence and your ability to drive safely on Motorways.
Motorway Driving Lessons are a popular addition to new drivers and now to most existing driver’s. Homers Driving School are here to help gain confidence and understanding of motorway driving. To drivers the thought of going up that slip road, merging towards that motorway for the first time is very daunting.
2 hour motorway tuition will help you overcome your fear of motorways and teach you how motorways work and that they are the safest of our roads.
2 Hours Manual Car from £80.00 and Automatic Car from £98.00
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