Driving theory test questions
We're up to date! Our site includes the DVSA revision question changes made Jan 2018
Username:

Password:
Register  Free Practice Test  Login  Free Tests  My Questions  Hazards  Categories  My Tests 

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.

JOIN NOW and gain access to ALL the official Theory Test multiple choice Revision Questions for car drivers

Practice Theory Test Question

Do you know the answer to this randomly chosen driving theory test revision question?

Where you see street lights but no speed limit signs the limit is usually: A) 30mph B) 40mph C) 50mph D) 60mph

You can check your answer and practice all official revision questions

Related Articles...

driving theory test
How to help yourself stay safe whilst driving
It is a sad fact, but a fact nonetheless, that there are very rare occasions on which you can just get unlucky and be involved in an accident, whether minor or major, that you are powerful to do...

What signs with a percentage mean
When you are driving in some places, the roads will be up and down in terms of gradient, which refers to how the height of the road changes as you move along it, just like on a hill. When you...

Using the foot controls in an automatic
When driving an automatic car, there is one less pedal to think about: there is no clutch pedal so the ABC of accelerator, brake, clutch becomes instead simply accelerator and brake. That's...

DSA Driving Theory Test
Do not view the DSA Driving Theory Test as something of an inconvenience. Instead view it as a way to develop useful knowledge that could save your life or that of someone else. If that seems like...

What to check on your car daily
A car is a sophisticated piece of machinery, although it is commonplace and therefore taken for granted by many there are considerable elements working together to make it work. And if one...

Mock Driving Theory Test
Many learner drivers are in the process of finishing A-levels or at university, and so the process of exams and tests is very familiar to you. For those that tests and exams are a distant memory, a...

What a slippery road surface sign could mean
The problem with a slippery road surface sign is this: whilst you know what it means, you don't know what it means. If that sounds confusing, then the point is simply this - what is it that is...

Pass Plus Explained
There is an old saying of driving instructors which they state once you've passed your test, and that is that now you really learn to drive. The idea is that you are about to start driving...

Theory test case studies
One of the relatively new elements added to the driving theory test is what is called the case study element. This was introduced on 28th September 2009, and there is one case study in the theory...

What causes accidents: speed
There is a well known saying from safety campaigns which simply says that "speed kills". Although many people think that you have to be travelling really quickly in order to make an impact...


Bookmark with:

FacebookFacebook    TwitterTwitter    Google BuzzGoogle Buzz    StumbleStumbleUpon    Delicious    RedditReddit