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Online Driving Theory

Why use an online driving theory website when there are also some books in publication that will help you study for your theory test? Well, there are several advantages to online driving theory, which we look at below:

1) Save Time

If you use a book or other printed media to help you prepare for your theory test, then you are always having to turn pages and check the answers, then if you do mock tests, you have to score them yourself. With an online driving theory site, all this is done for you automatically allowing you to maximise your time on what is important: learning driving theory and testing yourself against questions.

2) Analysis of your Theory Skills

At driving theory test questions, the results of all your tests are automatically saved, and an analysis of your knowledge is performed on a question by question basis. Our unique traffic light system helps you see at a glance the questions that you are struggling with and need to test yourself against to ensure that you now know the answer.

Our range of tools will also enable you to perform a series of mock tests, study questions at random and also even go through every question, one by one.

3) The test is done on computer

The actual driving theory test is taken on computers, so by undertaking mock tests using a computer driven process as is the case online rather than studying from a book will help you get used to interacting with a computer to choose your answers to questions.

In addition a range of other online driving theory tools such as a sign learning tool and a range of articles mean that using our online driving theory site has many advantages over a traditional printed media book.

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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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