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May 22

Motorcycle and moped tests

Motorcycle and moped tests are extremely expensive. However, motorcycle insurance is available for the motorcycle driver. The motorcycle insurance covers both the driver and the bike, providing a level of protection from legal liabilities in case of an accident or theft. Motorcycle manoeuvres test Motorcycle manoeuvres test is a motorcycle driving theory test that you […]


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Apr 22

How to Get ready for Theory Test in the UK Before You Take Driving Lessons

If you’re reading this, you are almost certainly thinking about getting started on your driving lessons in the UK. But perhaps you’re not sure where to start, how to get the best value for money, or how to prepare for your theory test. If you are ready to start getting ready for your driving lessons, […]


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Apr 22

How To Pass Theory Test Quickly: 6 Tips For Passing Your Theory Test Easily

Knowing how to pass a driving test is important, and every driver should know how. Theory is the practice of learning and understanding how to drive. To be a capable driver, you need to know how to drive on the road and what you need to know about the rules and regulations. In order to […]


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Apr 22

How to take theory test in the UK when you don’t have a provisional licence

Having a provisional licence does not automatically mean you can take the theory test. This test is the final hurdle for a driver to get their fully licenced licence. Theory is a test of your driving under test conditions. It tests your ability to react and plan in situations that you may encounter on the […]


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Apr 22

How to find Theory Test Cancellations

Is the theory test too difficult to complete? Can a student cancel their theory test? That’s possible for us. Cancel theory tests using this cancellation checklist. It’s the most effective way to get a new theory test. Change your theory test appointment Use the following methods: You will need three days to complete the test. […]


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Apr 22

Tell me the difference between DVLA and DVSA?

Its function, from national security to museum management, includes the administration’s various acronyms. DVLA and DVSA are two things you may be dealing with when navigating the road. The two organisations can only be separated by an alphabet, but this does not necessarily make them the same. Knowing the differences in the DVLA and the […]


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Jan 21

Extra Driving Test Slots Announced in Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland’s Driver and Vehicle Agency (DVA) has announced extra driving test slots to replace appointments cancelled amid the country’s latest coronavirus lockdown. Replacement test slots have now been organised for February, March, and April 2021. Here’s what we know… Driving test candidates who booked an appointment between 28 December 2020 and 6 February 2021 […]


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Dec 20

Book DVSA Practical Test

Passed your theory test and ready to tackle the practical? The average person takes around 45 hours of lessons and 22 hours of practice before they pass their practical test. It’s crucial to ensure you’re ready, not only so you’re not disappointed with the result, but so you don’t end up wasting money. Both the […]


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Dec 20

Driving Tests in Tier 2 and Tier 3 Regions: Are They Allowed?

With the UK returning to a tiered system as lockdown restrictions are lifted on 2 December, you might be wondering if lessons and driving tests in Tier 2 and Tier 3 regions are allowed. Driving lessons and tests were once again suspended in the month-long lockdown. Here’s what we know…


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Nov 20

Driving Test Changes Planned to Reduce Young Driver Deaths

Young driver deaths on Britain’s roads continue to rise every year. With more young people passing their driving test at an earlier age every year, many driving experts have questioned whether the current driving exam is ‘comprehensive’ enough. Now, a series of driving test changes are planned.


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