Ever since the announcement of a new driving test in the UK, there has been a lot of debate over what difference it will make to road safety. The new look practical exam will be launched in December 2017, but the country’s motorists don’t think it will have any impact on improving road safety. Lets […]
No, weâ€™re not horsing aroundâ€¦ In one of the more bizarre motoring stories of the week, safety campaigners have insisted that learner drivers should be forced to prove that they â€˜respectâ€™ horses on the road before being handed a full UK driving licence. Hereâ€™s why the UK driving theory test could change as resultâ€¦
With a new UK driving test confirmed from 4 December, 2017, Book Theory Test Today looks at what has changed on the new test and what those changes mean for learner driversâ€¦
Book Theory Test Today clarifies whether you need to book a theory test online to become a driving instructor if youâ€™ve already passed a standard car theory test.
Fun fact for you â€“ the UK does not have a single town or city beginning with the letter â€˜Zâ€™, meaning no DVSA theory test centres. However, most major towns and cities have at least one so you can always expect to find one in your area.
Reports have emerged of driving test failures resulting in learner drivers attacking examiners. If your driving test is unsuccessful donâ€™t lash out.
Following on from our blog last week about the driving examinersâ€™ strike, if you had a driving test cancelled as a result of the walk out, you can claim an out-of-pocket expenses. Hereâ€™s howâ€¦
The DVSA has announced that driving licences issued in England, Scotland and Wales will bear the Union flag. What does this mean for you?