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Passed 17th March: Ellie Madden of Rayleigh

Passed 17th March: Ellie Madden of Rayleigh

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Passed 23rd April: Darcy Moran

Passed 23rd April: Darcy Moran

Just the best...


Passed 9th January: Henry Willcox Southend on Sea

1st Time Pass...


Passed 3rd January: Issabell Hine

Only 3 minors...


Passed 28th December: Amber Ward Rayleigh

Passed 28th December: Amber Ward Rayleigh

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Passed 27th March: Finlay Milner of Southend on Sea

Passed 27th March: Finlay Milner of Southend on Sea

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Test Pass Jake Steward of Leigh on Sea 11th March

Test Pass Jake Steward of Leigh on Sea 11th March

First Time Pass...


Passsed 12th February: Bradley Eaton of Benfleet

Passsed 12th February: Bradley Eaton of Benfleet

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Passed 24th October: Stuart Smith of Leigh on Sea

Passed 24th October: Stuart Smith of Leigh on Sea

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Passed 26th June: Richard Long of Leigh on Sea

Passed 26th June: Richard Long of Leigh on Sea

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Passed 11th November: Yemi Lawl of Southend on Sea

Passed 11th November: Yemi Lawl of Southend on Sea

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Passed 23rd June: Tom Curran from Rochford

Passed 23rd June: Tom Curran from Rochford

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Passed 17th May: Rosie Mendes of Leigh on Sea

Passed 17th May: Rosie Mendes of Leigh on Sea

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Passed 9th May: Henry Saunders of Leigh on Sea

Passed 9th May: Henry Saunders of Leigh on Sea

1st Time Pass...


Passed 10th April: Zach Hapkewycz of Leigh on Sea

Passed 10th April: Zach Hapkewycz of Leigh on Sea

1st Time Pass...


Passed 31st March: Mickayla Laurence from Hadleigh

Passed 31st March: Mickayla Laurence from Hadleigh

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Passed 28th August: Kelly Collard Southend on Sea

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Passed 30th November: Nick Hanna of Hockley

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The United Kingdom driving test is a test which drivers must pass to obtain a driving licence. Different tests are available for users of different vehicles, from car drivers, to motorcyclists and HGV drivers.



The test is separated into three distinct parts: the theory test, hazard perception test and practical test.
It is necessary to pass all three parts, theory, hazard perception and practical, before a full driving licence is granted.


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The Theory Test



Sample Theory Test



The Practical Test



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What Is The Theory Test?


The theory test consists of two parts; 


1) 50 Multiple Choice Questions


2) Hazard Perception Test comprising 14 video clips, each clip lasting around a minute. You will find a total of 15 hazards. 


You have to pass both multiple choice and hazard perception parts at the same test appointment to attain an overall pass. 


Should you pass one part, but fail the other, you will need to book another appointment to take both elements of the test again. 


The test is completed under exam conditions in a dedicated Theory Test centre entirely on a touch screen computer (you have the choice of utilizing a mouse should you prefer!). Headphones will have to be used throughout the entire test. 


Who has to take a Theory Test? 


If you’re learner driver you have to take and pass your theory test before you book your practical test. If you currently have a driving licence you might not have to take another theory test in order to start driving a different vehicle. 


UK Licence Holders - you have to take a theory test if you want a licence for a new group of vehicle, for example, for those who have a car licence and you also want a motorcycle licence you will have to take a theory test. If, however, you would like to upgrade within a vehicle category you will not normally have to take a theory test, for instance, for those who have a full automatic car licence and you also want a manual car licence you won’t have to take a theory test. It’s your responsibility to ensure you possess the correct licence for the vehicle you’re driving.


Foreign Licence Holders -EEA Countries - In the event you hold a valid Community licence and you're simply visiting the United Kingdom, you can drive any vehicle so long as your licence remains valid. The correct full entitlement for the vehicle you intend to drive must be shown on your licence. 


Non EEA Countries - Should you hold a full driving licence issued outside the EEA it might be possible to change it for an equivalent British licence. You need to contact the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) to discover if you are able to exchange your foreign licence. 


In the event you cannot exchange your foreign licence you will need to apply for a British provisional licence and take a theory and practical test.




Theory test 2017: official DVSA guide


Driving test 2017: official DVSA guide


 
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