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Test your Driving Theory

Want to test your driving theory knowledge? We have all the multiple choice revision 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.

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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 multiple choice revision 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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Practice Theory Test Question

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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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