It is important that all road users are aware of the Code and are considerate towards each other – this applies to both pedestrians and drivers. By correctly applying the rules of the Code, it could significantly reduce road casualties and this is a responsibility we all have to share.
Breaking the rules of the Official Highway Code is a criminal offence, so you will be judged on your familiarity with them during your practical driving test.
Never forget – driving can be fun but it also needs to be taken seriously. One in five new drivers has a crash within six months of passing their test (source: DVSA).
Confused how to safely overtake cyclists? Find out what the Highway Code has to say.
Been on a few lessons and struggling with roundabouts? Find out how the Highway Code says to tackle them and you’ll be passing your test in no time!
With so many road signs to learn in the Highway Code, we’ve chosen a few common ones, to get you well on your way to passing your theory and practical test
We often hear that undertaking in the UK is illegal – but is it really the case? See what the Highway Code has to say.
Who has right of way on a zebra crossing? We dispel some common myths
Failing your test really isn’t the end of the world. We all have bad days, and sometimes nerves can get the better of us.
You’ll be better prepared next time around because you already know what it’s like to sit the test!