Category Archives: Driving Standards Agency
The DSA has published a new video explaining how to prepare for the theory test, what to expect on the day and what you need to do to pass. The new video for car and motorcycle theory tests explains: what … Continue reading
The DSA are moving towards using computer-generated Hazard Perception clips and have produced two prototypes. Have a look and give some feedback. Personally, I think they look OK.
From today, The Driving Standards Agency will no longer be publishing the question bank for the Theory Test. This is in an attempt to make learner drivers look more into and understand the questions than just learning the answers off … Continue reading
If you’re going to pay for driving tuition, then the person you choose must be a fully qualified Approved Driving Instructor (ADI) or at least be a partly trained Potential Driving Instructor (PDI) and hold a trainee licence. It’s unlikely … Continue reading
The most completely up to date copy of the Highway Code that is available.
The 2010 report on the number of road casualties was published last week, with the main cause of accidents being drivers not looking properly. This ties in exactly with the main reason people fail their driving tests. The full report … Continue reading
New official theory test books have been published to help candidates revise in preparation for changes to the test, which are due in January 2012. Since theory tests began in 1996, the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) has published the questions … Continue reading