The Driving Tests2018-09-29T18:58:47+00:00

The Multiple Choice And Hazard Perception Test


You will need to pass the driving theory test before booking the practical driving test.

The test consists of a multiple choice section and a hazard perception section.

Both parts need to be passed to achieve an overall pass.

Take a look at the video below for more information.



You can book either your theory or practical driving test by clicking on this link but we can help you do this so don’t worry.

Don’t forget that in addition to paying the DVSA for your Practical Test that you must also pay your instructor for the use of their car.

Please note: If you book a practical test yourself, and we consider that you are not up to the required standard, then we reserve the right to withdraw the use of our tuition vehicles for that test, our decision is final in this matter.


THE PRACTICAL TEST

The practical driving test is designed to see if you can drive safely in a variety of different road and traffic conditions.

Here you will put in to practice everything that you have learned with your instructor and if can demonstrate this through your driving ability.

The test lasts up to 40 minutes.

As long as you show the standard required, you’ll pass your driving test.

You’ll need to have passed your driving theory test before taking your practical test.

Take a look at the video below for more information.



You can book either test by clicking on this link but we will help you book your test when the time comes.

You can find out how much it costs by clicking here.

(Don’t forget, you have to pay your instructor for the use of his or her car too.)

Please note: If you book a practical test yourself, and we consider that you are not up to the required standard, then we reserve the right to withdraw the use of our tuition vehicles for that test.

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