Recently, Book Your Theory Test Today issued a blog alerting young drivers to a new scam known as â€˜ghost broking.â€™
Book Theory Test Today understands that road charity, Brake, is campaigning for hands-free phones in cars to be banned, not just hand-held devices.
Book Your Theory Test Today understands that passing a driving theory test and then the practical driving test opens up a whole new world to new drivers. The freedom and independence that owning a motor vehicle brings is a great feeling.
Book Theory Test Today can officially reveal that pass rates for UK driving theory tests, across all vehicle types, are down in the year ending June 2013 following the publication of annual statistics by the Driving Standards Agency (DSA).
Book Theory Test Today can reveal that parents of young drivers are â€˜anxiousâ€™ about their offspring taking to Britainâ€™s roads. A recent survey revealed that 75% of parents would not object to the introduction of a probationary driving licence for young, new motorists.
With winter setting in across the UK, night time comes earlier now that the clocks have gone back. Book Theory Test Today provides you with a definitive guide to driving at night as the road landscape changes and a whole host of new hazards emerge for young drivers to deal with.
1 in 12 young adults, operating a motor vehicle on Britainâ€™s roads, admit to driving whilst impaired by illegal drugs Book Your Theory Test Today can reveal.
A recent survey conducted by the Road Safety Authority (RSA) has discovered that nearly two-thirds of UK motorists attempt to stave off tiredness using â€˜ineffectiveâ€™ techniques such as singing, opening the window, turning the radio on or talking to themselves, Book Your Theory Test Today can reveal.
New data revealed by the Department for Transport (DfT) shows that Lincolnshire has the most number of recorded road deaths out of all local authorities in Britain, Book Your Theory Test Today can reveal
Road Safety Minister, Robert Goodwill, has officially announced that driving test candidates will no longer have access to foreign language voiceovers and interpreters on their driving test, starting from April 7 2014, Book Theory Test Today can reveal.