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Car Driving Test Fees

This article looks at the costs, which were correct as of October 2009.

A standard car and motorcycle theory test costs £31.

In terms of the practical test, the price is a good deal higher. The car practical test during the week is £62, whilst if you want to take it at evenings or weekends, the price goes right up to £75.

As you can see, this represents significant cost. This is part of the reason why it is so important to do the best preparation that you can for both tests to ensure that you have a good chance of passing first time.

With the theory test, you can practice all of the official DSA multiple choice theory questions for car drivers on this website, so do sign up and have a go.

In terms of the practical test, the most recommended path is to engage the services of a professional, qualified driving instructor to give yourself the best chance of being fully prepared when it comes to taking your theory test.

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

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