Test your Driving Theory
Want to test your driving theory knowledge? We have all the official multiple choice questions for car drivers together with a range of hazard perception clips.
With our unique feedback and analysis tools you will be able to test your driving theory rigorously to help prepare yourself for the test and help you to pass first time.
For just a few pounds (prices vary depending on how long you require access to the site) you can greatly assist your chances of passing; when you consider the large expense of the test and your driving lessons then spending a few pounds to help develop your driving theory knowledge is a small price to pay if it helps you to pass first time.
If you want to test your driving theory, we have a range of tools to help. Look at the menu on the left and to the top of the page and you'll see a range of tools and content that will assist you to test your driving theory.
You will be able to access over 950 official multiple choice questions, and you will have all your answers logged so that you can see at a glance the areas that need more work. If you find one or two categories more tricky than others, again you can go through questions on a category by category basis, so that when you test your driving theory at the official centre on test day, you do so in confidence of your knowledge.
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the official Theory Test multiple choice Revision Questions for car drivers
|Driving Theory Test
Until relatively recently in driving history, there was no theory test. From the time the first person passed a driving test in the UK in 1935 through to 1996, there was no separate theory test. ...
Rules regarding the use of seat belts
When it comes to seat belts, you should be certain of what the rules are with regard to seat belt usage, and your responsibilities as the driver in terms of other passengers in your vehicle and...
Oil in your car and oil pressure
Oil is not something that you might think is essential to the operation of a car, but infact it is. Oil acts as a lubricant for the moving parts such as the moving parts of the engine, and it is...
Rules for learner drivers
The minimum ages and restrictions vary from one type of vehicle to another.
When you are learning to drive, you must ensure that the vehicle you are learning to drive in is roadworthy and also...
Tips on driving with a heavy load
When you have passed your test and been driving for a while, you might find yourself driving with a heavy load.
For instance if you are going on holiday then you might have lots of stuff that...
Your legal obligations as a driver
There are some basics that everyone knows when it comes to being able to behind the wheel of a vehicle. These are of course meeting the legal eyesight requirements, being older than the minimum age...
The risk of accidents - some statistics
No-one wants to think that they will be involved in an accident, but being aware that an accident could happen to you and the statistics is important. Accidents happen to ordinary people, so anyone...
Road conditions: dealing with fog
Fogs and mists are much more common at some times of the year than others. Particularly in the mornings and in the Autumn time of the year, fog can be commonplace, but whenever it occurs it is...
Reading or hearing difficulties and the theory test
If you have some sort of reading difficulty, which might be but is not limited to dyslexia, then do not panic. You can get the questions read to you in English or Welsh (or indeed if you want the...
Reversing Exercises in the driving test
There are three reversing exercises that you could be tested on in the driving practical test.
You will be asked to perform two out of these three so that the person undertaking your test (the...