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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.

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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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