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To learn to drive on the public roads you need to have a valid provisional driving licence. You can apply for your provisional licence up to 3 months before your 17th birthday, you can take your first lesson on your birthday.

Once you have received your provisional licence, you can start taking lessons but you also need to think about taking the theory test as you cannot book your practical test until you have passed your theory test.

The theory test is made up of two sections : a multiple choice and a hazard perception. Both of these need to be passed in order for you to get your theory test pass certificate. Once passed, you are then able to apply for a practical driving test but you obviously need to be able to drive well enough too!

Practise your driving theory test here

For more information regarding the theory test please go to the Gov.UK site

You can also book your theory test online from the booking section on the same site

The Practical Test Explained - Your driving test will start with an eyesight check and some vehicle safety questions. You will then start your practical driving test which will include some specific manoeuvres. The driving part of your test will last about 40 minutes.

Throughout the test your examiner will be looking for an overall safe standard of driving, including when you are carrying out the set exercises. You can make up to 15 driving faults and still pass the test (16 or more results in failure). However, if you commit one serious or dangerous fault you will fail the test

There are 3 types of faults you can make:

  1. a dangerous fault – this involves actual danger to you, the examiner, the public or property
  2. a serious fault – something potentially dangerous
  3. a driving fault – this isn’t potentially dangerous, but if you keep making the same fault, it could become a serious fault



More Information:

Theory Test app {i phone}

dvla-theory-test help

Show Me Tell Me

The Highway Code

THINK! Road Safety

TSO - Driving Standard Agency's official online bookshop