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A leading car insurance company predicts that the driving theory test and practical exam could be scrapped within 15 years. Why? Driverless cars, which look set to revolutionise the way people travel.
The continuing decline of driving theory test pass rates in the UK has spread to Northern Ireland it seems. Latest driving theory test failure figures have been splattered across the Belfast Telegraph. What’s going on with the nation’s learner drivers? Good job Book Theory Test Today a 3 free retests scheme.
No, we’re not horsing around… In one of the more bizarre motoring stories of the week, safety campaigners have insisted that learner drivers should be forced to prove that they ‘respect’ horses on the road before being handed a full UK driving licence. Here’s why the UK driving theory test could change as result…
Do you live in the Hampshire town of Andover? Are you a learner driver looking to take your theory test? Andover driving theory test centre looks set to be converted into a full-time facility, which is great news for local learner drivers.
Alas… Speeding fines across England and Wales increased on April 24th (2017). Why? More and more British drivers are getting caught speeding, including learner motorists! So beware, getting slapped with any of the new UK speeding fines WILL cost you dearly, if you’re caught getting over-enthusiastic with the accelerator.
With a new UK driving test confirmed from 4 December, 2017, Book Theory Test Today looks at what has changed on the new test and what those changes mean for learner drivers…
There’s no ‘magic’ formula for passing the driving theory test, but there are ways to guarantee that you will fail. Our idiot’s guide to the driving theory test is packed with practical tips to help you avoid becoming another government ‘theory test failure’ statistic.
News that nationwide theory test pass rates have been declining every year got us thinking how expensive learning to drive can be for you novice motorists. With the UK driving theory test costing £23, failing 3, 4 or 5 times is costly. Is there a cheaper way to book a theory test that covers you if you fail the test on multiple occasions?