With certain stigmas attached to male and female drivers, Book Theory Test Today gets the view of driving instructors and asks, â€˜which gender is easier to teach?â€™
Monthly Archives: December 2014
Have You Ever Wondered Why We Drive on the Left in Britain?
Book Theory Test Today offers an insight into why British drivers drive on the left…
Taking Your Theory Test? Do You Know Your Pedestrian Crossings? Part Two
In part one; we helped you to navigate Zebra, Pegasus and Pelican Crossings. In part two, Book Theory Test Today will guide you through School, Toucan and Puffin Crossings. See you on the other side.
Taking Your Theory Test? Do You Know Your Pedestrian Crossings? Part One
Pedestrians, along with cyclists, are a driverâ€™s worst nightmare, but theyâ€™re a part of life on the roads. Book Theory Test Today takes you through the various types of pedestrian crossing to help you pass your theory test and practical exam. In part one of this two part series we take a look at the […]
Young Drivers Give Opinion on Proposed Licence Restrictions for Learner Drivers
Currently under 18? Thinking about learning to drive? The government wants to increase the age limit at which you can start learning from 17 to 18. Talks have already begun. Book Theory Test Today gets the opinion of young drivers regarding the proposed restrictions.
What Not to Do When Your Driving Instructor is Late
Occasionally, your instructor might be late after all, theyâ€™re only human. Yes, you might be frustrated, but Book Theory Test Today advises that you donâ€™t do what this guy did.
London Learners Face Toughest Challenge to Pass Driving Test
As the debate about driving tuition standards rumbles on, new research shows that learner drivers in London have a significantly low driving test pass rate. Book Theory Test Today looks at what factors are affecting poor pass results in Britainâ€™s capital.
Driving Test Collisions on Downward Trend
Youâ€™re all set, youâ€™ve calmed your nerves and youâ€™re ready to take the practical driving test. You set off and everythingâ€™s going smoothly but suddenly, crash! Someoneâ€™s driven into the back of your car. Thankfully, these types of incidents are on the decline according to new research. Book Theory Test Today assesses the results.
What Irritates Learner Drivers About Drivers?
Learner drivers are irritating. Learner drivers are too slow. Learner drivers should learn somewhere else. Sound familiar? So called â€˜experiencedâ€™ drivers give learner drivers a pretty brutal bashing. So, itâ€™s about time the voice of the learner was heard. Book Theory Test Today investigates what irritates learners about licence holding road users.
Theory Test Receives Top Road Safety Award
Introduced in 2002, the hazard perception section of the theory test has been rewarded with a prestigious national road safety award. Book Theory Test Today finds out why.
New Theory Test Failure Record Set in Scotland
For those of you who think that the theory test is easy to pass, think again, or at least try telling that to one unfortunate Glaswegian man who has just set a new Scottish record for the most number of theory test failures.
Learner Drivers to be Penalised for Failing to Display â€˜Lâ€™ Plates
Look out learners. New penalty fine laws have been introduced, which includes fines for failing to display â€˜Lâ€™ plates. Book Theory Test Today looks at what other driving offences are now punishable with a fine or increased penalty points.
Should Learner Drivers be Allowed on Motorways? Part Two – The Case Against Learners on Motorways
In part one of this series, Book Theory Test Today made the case for allowing learner drivers to practice on motorways. However, with every â€˜forâ€™ argument, there is always an opposition argument. So, in the interests of neutrality, here are the arguments against permitting a learner driver to use motorways.
Should Learner Drivers be Allowed on Motorways? Part One – The Case for Learners on Motorways
Itâ€™s always baffled us here at Book Theory Test Today, when statistics show that a new driver is more likely to have an accident on a motorway than any other motorist, but motorway driving is not part of the test. So, should motorists be permitted to drive on motorways? Here is the case for learners […]
DVSA Could Scrap Three-Point Turn from Practical Driving Test
As the DVSA looks to remove the three-point turn from the UK driving test, Book Theory Test Today looks at what will be the biggest shake-up of the exam in 20 years.
Are More Learner Drivers Struggling with the Driving Test?
Reading a very interesting article about driving test pass rates in Glasgow recently, the Book Theory Test Today blogger asks, are learners struggling more than ever to pass the UK driving test or are examiners getting stricter?
Talks Begin to Implement Restricted Driving Licences for Young Drivers
Back in July, Book Theory Test Today published this blog. It would appear that the day of reckoning has now arrived as talks open about introducing restricted licences for young drivers. Book Theory Test Today looks at the implications.Â Â
Oh No! Churchill Car Insurance Uncovers Shocking Truth about Britainâ€™s Drivers
Churchill has landed British drivers in the dog house with a new survey revealing that two-thirds of experienced UK motorists would fail the theory test if they took it again today. Book Theory Test Today investigates.
New Tuition Video Launched for Driving Instructors about Cyclists
The battle for Britainâ€™s roads has intensified in recent years as disputes between cyclists and motorists become more aggressive. But one organisation is trying to change road culture, with a video aimed at teaching driving instructors to better understand cyclists. Book Theory Test Today gives an insight…
Hereâ€™s a New One for New Drivers â€“ Motorists Fear You More Than Bad Weather
Book Theory Test Today investigates the outrageous results of a recent study that shows Britainâ€™s drivers fear new motorists more than adverse weather.