Theory test 2017

Here you can find important information to help you prepare for the theory test 2017. Try this Free Theory Test 2017 practice and pass your official test with ease.

FREE mock theory test

Take this free mock theory test to check how well-prepared you are for the real DVSA theory test. Or take right away the official DVSA revision theory test

Practise theory test 2017 online

Remember to practise for the Theory Test with the Official DVSA theory test questions. Official DVSA revision questions you can find for example here: www.theorytest.org.

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And don't forget to practice the Road Signs Test

Theory test 2017 has two parts, a multiple choice part and hazard perception part.

All learner drivers must pass the driving theory test 2017, which includes all aspects 
related to road safety and driver attitude. DVLA Theory test should be booked before the practical test. 
Booking happens either online or through a dedicated Contact Centre.  
In the UK theory test, some multiple choice questions are based on a case-study scenario of real-life.
Learner needs to pass both parts of the theory test to pass the test.

Both of the tests are taken at the same day. You can practise here multiple choice test and also hazard perception test. 
Remember to pass your theory test before booking a practical test for car or motorcycle.

Hazard test

Hazard perception test contains 14 CGI (animated) video clips. Each video contains every day road scenes. In each video clip, there will be at least one developing hazard. To get the maximum score, you will need to respond to the developing hazard as soon as possible. 

Car and Motorcycle

  • 14 CGI video clips (computer animated)
  • maximum points from each video: 5
  • Each clip contains one hazard but one of the clip will have 2 developing hazards.
  • Pass mark 44/75

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Theory test 2017 booking

To book your theory test, you can do it either online or using a dedicated contact centre. Check our links to theory test bookings and choose which way you prefer. When booking a theory test, remember that there are no administration fees when booking a theory test through official booking service. Unofficial services usually take additional charges.

  • Car theory test costs £23 
  • Motorcycle theory test costs £23 
  • Lorry, bus and coach multiple choice £26  
  • Hazard perception test £11 

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