Let’s think of driving as being a cheesecake.
Your calmness is the strawberry sauce. The infamous and necessary creamy setting is the practical skills and the solid biscuit is the theory. There is no cake without the theory.
It is imperative to know what road-signs mean, what processes make good road etiquette and how to anticipate dangers before they happen.
This is what the Theory Test was designed for, to help you ‘read the road’.
It’s an unfortunate fact that one in five new drivers have an accident in their first year. But research shows only three hours of ‘hazard perception training’ can really reduce the accident rate of new drivers. So we suggest you practice making biscuit base at any opportunity possible. There are plenty of free and paid for demo’s but why not start here with the DVLA’s version.
A little bit more of a heads up. The theory is made up of two sections – a multiple-choice section and a hazard perception section and you’ll need to pass both bits before you can book a driving test.
Its time to get yourself a study buddy !