Yes, there has been an entire report on the 10 most dangerous roads in Britain. So, Book Theory Test Today thought we should tell you about them…
Monthly Archives: November 2014
Driving an Automatic Car: What You Need to Know
Compared to driving a â€˜manualâ€™ vehicle, driving an automatic is very different. Book Theory Test Today offers some top tips for driving an automatic vehicle…
Say Hello to Britainâ€™s Worst Driving Instructor
Learner drivers in West Yorkshire beware! Britainâ€™s worst driving instructor is in your area. Book Theory Test Today reveals all…
Targeted! Young, Inexperienced Motorists in Essex
Police in Essex have launched a new road safety campaign targeting young, inexperienced motorists. Book Theory Test Today investigates.
Attention New Drivers! Are You Insured?
Every year over 10,000 drivers are banned within months of getting their driving licence. Half of those banned are caught driving without insurance. Book Theory Test Today investigates.
Look Out Learners! UKâ€™s Top Car Theft Hotspots Revealed
Whether youâ€™re learning to drive in your own car, or about to buy a motor after passing your theory test and practical exam, there are some places where your car is at more risk of being stolen. Book Theory Test Today reveals the UKâ€™s car crime hotspots…
Something for the Motorcyclists | Your Top Three Learner Rider Complaints
Itâ€™s not just car drivers who experience problems in pursuit of a theory test certificate & driving licence, motorcyclists have their gripes too. Book Theory Test Today picks out the top three. Bikers, see if you agree?
Leeds Learners Upsetting Locals
Whatâ€™s troubling the locals in a quiet Leeds suburb? Learner drivers! Book Theory Test Today investigates…
Book Theory Test Today: Cost of Learning to Drive Exceeds Â£1,000
Book Theory Test Today blogger analyses the current cost of learning to drive. Learner driver? New Government data reveals that learner motorists are now paying more than ever to achieve driving independence. The Book Theory Test Today blogger says: â€œOn average, learner motorists require 47 hours prior to passing the practical driving test which, at […]
Calling all Learner Drivers! Get Behind the Wheel for Children in Need
Book Theory Test Today is calling all learner drivers to get involved in a major fundraising campaign for Children in Need!
10 â€˜Need-to-Knowâ€™ Tips for Young, New or Inexperienced Drivers â€“ Part Two
Book Theory Test Today provides 5 more essential tips for young, new or inexperienced drivers about to hit Britainâ€™s roads as an independent motorist. In part two: blind spots, bad weather, motorway driving, mobile phones and mates. Strap yourselves in!!!
10 â€˜Need-to-Knowâ€™ Tips for Young, New or Inexperienced Drivers â€“ Part One
Book Theory Test Today provides essential tips for young, new or inexperienced drivers about to hit Britainâ€™s roads as an independent motorist. In part one, the first five â€˜need-to-knowâ€™ essentials.
Paper Driving Licence to be Phased Out
Book Theory Test Today blogger examines the end of another era…
Driving Test under Threat as DVSA Staff Quit
Book Theory Test Today blogger investigates what commentators have called the driving test â€˜time bombâ€™.
Congratulations Youâ€™ve Won, Oh Wait!
Book Theory Test Today blogs on one manâ€™s good fortune that comes with a catch…
Are Parents Bad for Your Driving?
Book Theory Test Today investigates how the driving habits of parents affect their children.
Book Theory Test Todayâ€™s Night Time Driving Guide
As winter sets 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.
Iâ€™ve Passed My Driving Test Do I Need â€˜Pâ€™ Plates?
The Book Theory Test Today blogger provides an in-depth guide to â€˜Pâ€™ plates.
An Idiotâ€™s Guide to Cheating on Your Theory Test
The Book Theory Test Today blogger examines some of the extreme lengths that theory test candidates go to in order to â€˜achieveâ€™ a pass mark.