DVLA Theory test
DVLA Theory test 2015 includes two parts, multiple-choice part and Hazard perception test. Both of these are taken at the same day. Practise multiple choice test and hazard perception test using our theory test online practice. Remember to pass your DVLA theory test before booking practical test for car or motorcycle.
DVSA revision material - closest to the actual test
The best way to practise for the theory test is to use DVSA made revision material. It is the most accurate cos it's made by DVSA.
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Practise theory test online
If you can't get access to the official DVSA revision material , you can use these free tests. But keep in mind that any free content won't help you as much as the DVSA theory test material. Also, you can't find the official Hazard perception CGI clips from any of the free theory test websites.
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Practise theory test
Practise theory test to pass your official theory test easier. Use our free Theory test practice any time you want. One of the best practice for multiple choice test can be found right here. Also learn road signs. Avoid old theory test practices which are sold on DVD's or CD's, their content are usually not updated to match today's car theory test. Remember to learn road signs as well. Use our road signs test.
Online theory test
Practise online theory test and you will pass the official theory test easier. Try our free theory test and practise with a similar questions as in the official theory test. Theory test online includes two parts, multiple-choice questions and hazard perception part. Practice hazard test using DVSA revision test from: www.theorytest.orgDVSA 2015 official revision tests you can find here:
Road signs test
Practise road signs for UK theory test. Our road signs test includes about 600 different road signs.
Driving Theory test fee is currently £25.00 which also includes the cost of the Hazard perception test. DVLA stands for Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency. Remember that unofficial websites may charge more so be aware when you book your theory test. Also, note that you have to pay the full amount again if you want to retake the theory test.
- DVLA Theory test fee £25.00 (£23 from October 2015)
- Practical test fee at weekdays £62 (and weekends £75).
How to prepare for theory test?
To prepare for the DVLA theory test, we recommend that you practise enough using most recent materials. Practise for the multiple-choice part with the multiple choice tests and don't forget to learn road signs. The second part is the Hazard perception test, also you can find practices from other websites. Our recommendation for the Hazard perception practice is the Theorytest.org which contains DVSA revision CGI hazard perception clips. Remember that you can't find anywhere from the web (or DVD) exactly same clips or multiple-choice questions which are presented in the official theory test. This change happened in 2012 and before that the actual questions were available online. For PCV licence, read more from the bus theory test page
How to book your theory test?
You can book your theory test online. We recommend you to use the official Driver & vehicle Agency's booking service. Booking your theory test using DVA service should take about 10 minutes, so it's quick. From the service you need to choose your test center and the time and date of your test.
Read more about booking your theory test from nidirect site
How much theory test costs?
Theory test price depends of the vehicle type. Car theory tests costs £25 but it will drop to £23 starting from october 2015.
- Car theory test £25
- Lorry, bus and coach theory test costs £28 (+ hazard perception £12)
Remember that these prices are the official prices if you book your test using gov.uk -site. Other booking services may charge more.
Theory test booking
Book your DVLA theory test online. Check our links to theory test booking. Remember that there is no administration fees if you book the test using official booking service. Unofficial services usually takes additional charges. Car and Motorcycle theory test costs £25 (drops to £23 starting from october 2015) and Abridged car £24.
Documents to theory test
When going to the theory test you need to take your both parts of your valid driving licence and both the photocard and the paper counterpart. If you have old style driving licence without a photo you must also take with you a valid passport. Remember that if you won't show all the necessary documents you wont be allowed to the theory test and you'll lose your fee.
Abridged car theory test
If you are learning to drive and have a Safe Road User Award, you can take abridged car theory test. What is abridged theory test ? Abridged theory test includes 15 multiple choice questions LESS than normal theory test. So you have to answer 35 multiple choice questions instead of 50. Pass mark in abridged car theory test is 30. Amount of hazard perception clips remains the same, you have to answer to all 14 additional clips. The abridged theory test costs £24. You can book it using the usual way from here
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