Eight Most Asked Questions About Obtaining A Licence

 How old do I have to be to apply for a Provisional Driving Licence?
 What is the minimum age for taking the Theory and Practical Tests?
 Can I start driving lessons before passing my Theory Test?
 How much do the Theory and Driving Tests cost?
 Where can I take my Theory test in London, Surrey and Middlesex?
 Where can I take my Practical test in London, Surrey and Middlesex?
 Waiting times for Driving Test appointments?
 How long will it take to learn to drive and pass the Driving Test?

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The New Standards Check

The Check Test has been updated into the new Standards Check on 7th April, which with it brings a new grading system. The standards check involves the driving examiner accompanying and observing the ADI on a normal one hour lesson. It is purely a practical in-car assessment and no off-road or classroom alternatives will be [...]

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Independent Driving

In June 2011, the then DSA (now DVSA) introduced independent driving into the practical test and it is less daunting than what most learners think. It only makes up 10 minutes of the test and is not a test of orientation and navigation. Rather, it is a test of the ability to make your own [...]

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Over 1000 Drivers Guilty of Offences in Two Weeks

More than 1000 drivers have been caught breaking the law whilst driving in just two weeks. Each of these was guilty of either failing to wear a seat belt, or using a mobile phone whilst driving. The figures have come as part of a crackdown carried out by Nottingham Police – however the results are [...]

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Theory Test Fees Review

A consultation was launched on 10th April on changes to theory test fees. The cost of the driving theory test could be cut by 25% which would save learners £14.5m a year. The proposals have been set out in a public consultation which would see the cost of the theory test fall by £6 in [...]

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