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Click here to generate a ‘Check Code’ to enable us to view your driving licence.
Click here for what to expect during your theory test.
Click here for what to expect from your practical driving test.
Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA)
The DVSA is the part of the Department for Transport that is responsible for maintaining vehicle standards and setting the standards for and ensuring the regulation of driver training in the UK.
The DVSA carry-out both the theory and practical parts of the driving and riding tests.
Click here to visit their website.
The Highway Code is the official guide to the rules and legal requirements of driving in England, Scotland and Wales.
It is essential reading for all, but especially if you are learning to drive.
Click here for a free online version of the current Highway Code.
Pass Plus is a scheme aimed at new drivers to help them to become better drivers.
Statistics show that new drivers are more likely to have an accident in the first two years after passing their test, purely as a result of the lack of driving experience.
Pass Plus builds on your skills and knowledge and teaches you how to anticipate, plan for and deal with all kinds of hazards, to help you become a more confident driver.
Click here for more details on the Pass Plus scheme.
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) is the part of the Department for Transport that maintains the register of drivers and vehicles in the UK.
The DVLA also facilitates general driving law enforcement, and is responsible for collecting vehicle excise duty, or ‘road / car tax’.
Click here to visit the DVLA’s website.
GOV.UK is the UK Government’s website for access to public sector information and services.
It provides a single point of access to many government services, including applying for your driving license and booking your theory and practical driving tests.
Click here to access the GOV.UK website.
Think! is the Department of Transport’s official road safety campaign and provides loads of great information and activities to support your thinking as a driver.
Safe driving is always essential, and Think! aims to encourage a safer behaviour to reduce the number of people killed and injured on our roads every year.
Visit the Think! website for more details on road safety.