Less than a week into 2021, the UK was plunged into a third national lockdown. Once again UK theory test and driving test centres have been shutdown. As a result of the latest lockdown, many learner drivers will see their theory test certificate validity expire, leaving them unable to take their practical exam. Driving instructors […]
Despite a slight drop in the number of theory tests taken in the UK due to coronavirus, the theory test pass rate has improved significantly during the pandemic, according to new data published by the DVSA. Meanwhile, the number of people taking practical driving tests slumped by more than 50%.
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…
Astonishing new data shows that nearly 300 learners got EVERY theory test question wrong. The data, published by the Driving Standards Agency (DSA), highlights the importance of doing the recommended 20 hours of revision to prepare for the theory test, which costs £23 a time.
Following concerns raised by a coroner about the lack of training on HGV mirrors, the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has announced that the theory test for new, heavy goods vehicle drivers will be changed. Here’s what we know about potential changes to the HGV theory test…
With coronavirus continuing to dominate the news in the UK, you’d be forgiven for missing driving theory test changes launched in April 2020. The updated theory test was introduced on 14 April. What are the changes and what do they mean for you once theory tests resume? What Are The Driving Theory Test Changes? The […]
UK driving test changes set to be introduced on 4 December, 2017 have been greeted with a mixed response. What do driving instructors think? UK Driving Test Changes Criticised by Driving Instructors UK driving test changes, set to be introduced on 4 December 2017, have been greeted with a mixed response. What do driving […]