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How to book your driving theory test

There is now an online booking system in place that will allow you to book a driving theory test online.

There are also other ways to book a driving theory test: over the phone and you can also apply by post if you wish.

In terms of how far in advance you need to book, it does vary considerably depending whereabouts you are in the country. However there is a target in place that the vast majority of potential candidates will be able to receive a date within two weeks of when they wish to take the test.

There is some information that you will need to have in your possession in order to book your theory test online through the DSA website. You will need to have a valid UK driving license (provisional) and you will additionally need to have a valid method of card payment.

If you prefer to book the test through the phone rather than online, then there are a variety of phone numbers available. The main theory test booking line number is 0870 0101 372. Postal applications require a form to be filled in; you can find the appropriate forms on the DSA website.

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