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€™
Book Theory Test Today offers an insight into why British drivers drive on the left…
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.
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 […]
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.