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Theory test tips: What is a hazard?

Part of your theory test is identifying hazards on a simulated driving environment. During the test you’ll use your mouse to signal your response to hazards. This part of the test can be a tricky task for some Learner and it’s important to understand how to score above the 44 out of 75 required to […]

Dealing with test day nerves

Starting to feel nervous about your driving test today? You’re not alone. We reached out to RED Driving School students via Facebook and Twitter, to hear their stories about dealing with test-day stress and nerves. Prepare fully – take lots of mock tests and make sure you’re constantly passing them before you even consider applying […]

Failing learners need Theory Test support

Passing the DVSA theory and hazard perception test is a vital step for all learners. To pass, learners must be familiar with the Highway Code and demonstrate their ability to respond to developing hazards. It is only when they have passed that they can attempt to take the practical test. It is therefore surprising to […]

Learn to drive and stick to it!

Our CEO tells us why learning to drive is essential even when times are tough… Recent statistics released by The Department for Transport reveal nearly a 10 per cent fall in people taking their driving test. In the 17-24 age group, just under 320,000 took their test between 2011 and 2012, a fall of nearly […]

10 Steps to Pass YOUR Test – Step 5: Booking your Theory Test

It is step 5 in our guide to passing your test and we have now reached booking your theory test.

Download your copy of the Theory Test Guide

You can now download an interactive theory test guide for just £9.99.  This guide, written by the DSA, is designed to teach you to pass your driving theory test and help you gain a better understanding of the rules of the road to help you become a safer driver. This download provides up to date, […]

DVSA to Stop Publishing Questions Used in Theory Tests

It was announced this week that the Driving Standards Agency is to stop publishing the multiple choice questions and answers used in theory tests. Why? The idea behind the change is to help to ensure new drivers learn the principles behind driving theory rather than just learning answers. This announcement follows the introduction of independent […]

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