We know that taking the driving theory test as part of your driving licence can cause anxiety in even the most confident driver. That is why we designed this free DVLA Driving Test so that you can practise and get an idea of what types of questions will be asked on the actual test.
When approaching a tunnel, what should you do?

Question 1 of 25

On a motorway gantry you see one lane has a red X over it. What does this mean?

Question 2 of 25

What percentage of accidents on motorways and other monotonous roads are caused by fatigue?

Question 3 of 25

If you have to turn your car around in the middle of the road, you should start from where?

Question 4 of 25

Under what circumstances is it acceptable to reverse from a side road into a main road?

Question 5 of 25

When a car ahead of you is signalling to turn left at a junction, what should you do?

Question 6 of 25

When moving away downhill, you may have to choose…?

Question 7 of 25

If you are driving towards a point where the road narrows and an oncoming driver flashes their headlights at you, what should you do?

Question 8 of 25

Someone is overtaking you and has misjudged the proximity of oncoming traffic. What should you do?

Question 9 of 25

When choosing a place in which to park, you should find a gap that is at least…?

Question 10 of 25

What proportion of road deaths in the UK occur on rural roads?

Question 11 of 25

A sign warning of a junction will show which road has priority with…?

Question 12 of 25

Which of these is the best defence against aquaplaning?

Question 13 of 25

If the vehicle behind you is following too closely, what should you do?

Question 14 of 25

When you're driving in wet conditions, if a car ahead passes a street sign, you should not reach that street sign for at least…?

Question 15 of 25

On a wet road or loose surface, what should you do to your braking style?

Question 16 of 25

Fog lights should only be turned on when visibility has been reduced to below…?

Question 17 of 25

If you have to give a casualty mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, you should give them two breaths in between cycles of how many chest compressions?

Question 18 of 25

Advanced stop lines are provided for…?

Question 19 of 25

When pulling out at an angle, the first thing you should do is what?

Question 20 of 25

Raised yellow lines painted across the carriageway indicate that you should…?

Question 21 of 25

In a built-up area and all roads with street lighting unless indicated otherwise, the maximum speed limit in the UK is what?

Question 22 of 25

When encountering cyclists, always remember that they…?

Question 23 of 25

On the motorway, you see traffic joining from a slip road on the left. If possible, the best thing to do is…?

Question 24 of 25

You are approaching a stop sign at a junction. You must…?

Question 25 of 25



How Can I Practice for the DVLA Driving Test

We all been in a position where we are the passenger, and you are ” fearing” for your life because the driver seems amateur at best behind the wheel. This is just a motivator for you to not only to pass the theory test but to feel motivated to know the rules and regulations to enhance your safety and others as well. How can I practice the for the DVLA driving test? Here are three ways towards success for the exam:

1.) First, you have to understand and know what questions are presented on the test. Get a grasp on what it is you are preparing for. Understand the driving requirements within your province because the age to obtain a permit varies for each province.

2.) Secondly, pay attention to detail when you are the passenger or driver. In both cases, this would be a perfect opportunity to sharpen your intuitive skills and subconsciously develop a better understanding of the rules and regulations of the road. Obviously, Studying is a great way to prepare for the exam, but it is essential to get a ” hands-on” feel for the road and actually practice what you have learned and studied.

3.) Lastly, take advantage of the practise courses as well, in order to get a better grasp of what to expect on the theory test. Aside from just reading the driver’s handbook, take more than one practice test in order to understand the material and gain the proper confidence to take and pass the drivers exam.

Feel privileged to take this driver’s exam because it proves you are able to drive on your own time, and please take the practice exams seriously, in order to simulate the real thing. If you have any more questions on how to prepare for your test, please contact us and thank you.

To gain your full driver’s license, you need to first pass the UK Driving Theory Test. This free DVLA Driving test is designed to test your knowledge of the Highway Code and driving in the UK. Questions are created using the Official DVSA Guide to Driving.

Many of the rules in The Highway Code are legal requirements, and if you disobey these rules you are committing a criminal offence.

Booking the Test: The DVLA driving test is booked online. On the online platform, you are required to give out your personal details, such as the number of the provisional driving licence which you have been given. The bookings are done on an official site to help you find your nearest center.