How do I practice my driving theory test?

How do I practice my driving theory test?

Be prepared:

  1. Book your theory test. It may sound obvious, but you’ll need to book your theory test at one of the 160 test centres nationwide.
  2. Hit the books.
  3. Brush up on your hazard spotting.
  4. Put in the hours.
  5. Take a mock test.
  6. Leave plenty of time.
  7. Don’t forget your provisional licence photocard.
  8. Use the practice time.

What does B mean on driving licence?

The category B licence lets you drive a motor vehicle with a maximum weight of up to 3,500kg, it can’t have more than eight passenger seats. If you want to use a trailer the most it can weigh without additional hassle is 750kg.

What does D mean on licence?

D – You can drive any bus with 8 passenger seats and a trailer up to 750kg. D1 – You can drive minibuses with no more than 16 passenger seats, a maximum length of 8 metres and a trailer up to 750kg.

Should I put P plates on my car?

You are not required by law to display P plates on your vehicle after passing your test; however, many new drivers choose to use them. You can leave P plates on your car for as long as you feel necessary, which is particularly useful for nervous drivers as they can leave them on until they feel more confident.

What does a red R mean on a car?

R plate restrictions apply to a person who passes a test to drive a vehicle in a particular class of vehicle, primarily motorcycles and cars, i.e. category A and B. These newly qualified drivers must: display red R plates at the front and back of the vehicle.

What does R mean on a car?

Restricted drivers
Restricted drivers The maximum permitted speed for a motor car or category A1 motorcycle displaying R plates is 45 mph (72km/h), whether or not the vehicle is being driven by a restricted driver.

Is UK driving test hard?

With UK driving test pass rates plummeting year on year, now at just 46.3% on average, Zuto has analysed over 190 countries to find out how practical and theory exams vary around the world, and which countries have the easiest and most difficult tests.