Change is afoot as the DVSA looks to make the hazard perception part of the theory test â€˜more realisticâ€™. Here at Book Theory Test Today we were intrigued. Whatâ€™s changing?
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€™
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 […]
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?
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.