The current Driving Theory Test Contains 50 multiple choice questions. Some of which will be a Driving Test Case Study comprising of a short story of 2 -3 paragraphs.
You minimum score to pass the Theory Driving Test is 44 out of 50. The question bank is currently under review and is due to be replaced.
This forms part of the Theory Driving Test. Their are 14 video clips lasting for 1 minute each. Most clips score up to 5 points but some have multiple scores of up to 10 points. You need to spot all potential hazards by clicking the computer mouse or touching the screen.
To pass the Theory Driving Hazard Perception Test you need to score a minimum of 47 out of a possible 75.
There a few local Driving Test Centres in our area:
The Practical Driving Test Last for 38 to 40 minutes and currently costs £62 for a week day test.
You will be tested on the DVSA practical syllabus incorporating all road types except Motorways You will be asked to perform 2 reversing exercises and possibly an Emergency Stop.
From the 6th of April 2010 the examiner will ask you if you would like your Driving Instructor to accompany you on your Driving Test.
The Driving Test Format changed in October 2010 when a 10 minute long independent drive was added. This will involve either following road signs to a location or given 4 turning to follow without any guidance from the examiner. You can not fail for going the wrong way, you how ever drive correctly for the route you take.
Containing various Driver Training aspects such as City Centre Driving, Driving on Rural Roads and Motorways. We even cover the regular parking at the supermarket !
Build your confidence and your ability to drive safely on Motorways.