Driving Tips: How to Pass Your Test and Be a Good Driver

While the tips you’ll find on this page will help you get your licence, they’ll also do more than that: they’ll help you become a knowledgeable and conscientious driver. You need to make the safest decisions possible. To help with that, this page contains safety tips for bad weather, route planning, protecting your car from damage, and much more. Safety also extends to the decisions you make before you even get in or turn the key. That’s why you’ll also find information on topics like buying a car, passing car and motorcycle MOTs, petrol prices, etc. Since we’re also devoted to making sure that you pass your driving test, you’ll find a lot of posts will help with that and cover almost everything you can think of from how to parallel park to how to ace your hazard perception test. No matter where you are in your journey to get your driver’s licence, whether you’ve just started practising for your theory test, you’ve passed your theory test and are gearing up for your driving test, or you’re about to take on both, the tips here will ensure that you’ll have a safe and successful driving future. Have friends in the States? Share our sister site Driving-Tests.org with them to help them pass their DMV practice test. Good luck!

These 10 Top Tips Will Make You an Expert Winter Driver in the UK

We’re fortunate in the UK, that during the winter we don’t get to experience the more extreme weather conditions that they do in other countries. However, what this means for many road users is that when heavy rain, dense fog or icy conditions do strike they don’t know how to drive properly or what the rules are regarding the condition of their car.Let’s begin by considering the car and what needs to be done to ensure it’s ready to drive in w ...

How to Drive on Motorways: New Questions to Expect in Your Theory Test

For decades, newly qualified drivers have faced a daunting challenge after earning their licence: heading up a motorway slip road and joining a fast-moving stream of 70mph traffic, often without ever having driven on one of these roads before.You could have passed your theory test with flying colours and bossed your practical without any major infractions, but research shows you’re actually more likely to avoid motorways and use roads ...

The Anatomy of the UK Driving Theory Test: 15 Little Things to Know

The Anatomy of the Driving Theory Test: 15 Little Things You Need to Know to PassOn This PageInfographic Know The Rules Test Timing The Multiple-Choice Section The Hardest Multiple-Choice Questions The Hazard Perception Section Passing Statistics Theory Test History The Highway Code Upcoming Changes to the Theory TestThe theory test is a computerised examination that you take before the practical driving test. Its purp ...