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Prepare for driving theory tests

In order to pass tests, whether they are academic tests at school such as english, geography, spanish, french and so on, or to pass some other one - like theory tests - the methodology that can be applied is similar.

First, you need a good broad grounding in the subject. There are several books on the market that tell you about the theory of driving and it is useful to read these to get some context.

Although it is tempting to simply try to learn all the answers to the theory questions, the best way to pass is to UNDERSTAND why the answers are right, and this requires some knowledge of driving theory, and is also the best way to pass. Just like in maths you could just learn a method and try to apply it to a question, actually the best way is to understand the method and why it works - and similarly when passing driving theory tests.

So, once you have developed a background of driving and driving theory, you then need to know the rules of the road. One of the best ways to get this is to buy a copy of the highway code and to read it through. Whilst you might not find it gripping reading, it is essential that you are familiar with it, and it is important as a responsible road user to know the highway code.

With the background of driving theory behind you, it is then time to prepare specifically for the tests. And that's where this website comes in - here you can access ALL of the official questions that appear in driving theory tests, and test yourself against them. So there's no need to worry about theory tests, by doing preparation then familiarising yourself with the questions that may arise here, you will have a great chance of taking just one test, rather than several driving theory tests.

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Before driving anyone else's motor vehicle you should make sure that: A) the vehicle owner has third party insurance cover B) your own vehicle has insurance cover C) the vehicle is insured for your use D) the owner has left the insurance documents in the vehicle

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