Practise for your UK theory test with questions from the UK's Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) revision question bank.


Study over 1000 questions. All questions have a short explanation to help you understand the theory behind them.


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Practice Theory Test

Try 20 quick multiple choice mock test questions to check how your study is progressing

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You are driving at night on an unlit road behind another vehicle. You should*
If you follow another vehicle with your headlights on full beam they could dazzle the driver. Leave a safe distance and ensure that the light from your dipped beam falls short of the vehicle in front.

The Steps To Getting Your Driving Licence

If you don't yet have a driving licence then your first step is to get a provisional licence from the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA). You can't sit your theory test until you have one. This will also allow you to learn to drive in certain types of vehicles.

You can apply to get a provisional licence when you are 15 years and 9 months old.

You may want to check the eyesight rules, and other legal requirements.

There are three key resources you'll want to consult:

Review all the multiple choice questions on this site from the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) revision question bank - for free!

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Take a practise hazard perception test.

When you feel ready, book your theory test on the official website. You just need your UK driving licence number, email address and a credit or debit card.

Take driving lessons or learn to drive with family members - find a driving school.

When you feel ready, book your driving test.

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