I have written about my current struggle with passing my driving practical tests and how I have to retake the driving theory test, because my current theory certificate has no expired, (2 years already) which is annoying. As I prepare to re-take my UK driving theory test; I plan to pass the test once like I did previously, so I have been very busy updating my driving knowledge, and brushing up my skills.
Good we have a lot of driving information available for free online. In addition to the available information and free videos online, I have recently come across a comprehensive driving theory test FAQ put together by Pass ‘N’ Go — provider of driving lessons in Newcastle, Middleborough, Durham and Sunderland, and I found it super useful. It answered all the important questions about writing a driving theory test in the UK. I found it super information, and I am now 1 step closer to my dream car – The Mini Cooper!
Here is a brief summary of the driving theory test information available on Pass ‘N’ Go website.
How much do theory tests costs?
A theory test costs £23. If you have a Safe Road User Award, you can sit an abridged theory test for £18 This prices are the same on weekdays, during weekends or through bank holidays.
Can I book multiple theory tests?
No. You must rebook your theory test if you have failed the original theory test that you sat.
Can a theory test be done online?
No. A theory test has to be sat at a theory test centre.
What age can I sit a theory test?
As soon as you turn 17 years old, you can take a driving theory test.
How long do theory tests take?
You have a maximum of 57 minutes to finish the 50 multiple-choice questions.
Are theory test questions multiple choice?
Do theory tests expire?
Yes. It expires after 2 years and you will have to take the test again, in order to take the UK Practical driving test.
Good luck to anyone about to take the theory driving test. I hope we all pass it in one sitting.
Did you struggle to pass your theory driving test? Please share your experience and thoughts in the comments section below.