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1 to 1 Tuition (Grade A Instructor)Yes
2 Hour Driving LessonsYes
Home/Work Pick Up & Drop Off Within 5 MilesYes
Test Area Training & Mock Driving TestsYes
Option To Record Lessons & Watch Them Back On Our YouTube ChannelYes
Free Detailed Lesson Print Offs For Inbetween LessonsYes

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Online Theory Test Revision Car

Start Revising Your Theory Now To Avoid Paying The Price Later On!

DVSA statistics for the theory/hazard perception test show a 48.3% pass rate in Oct-Dec 2015 meaning over half the people taking the test did NOT pass. This means that more than half of all candidates that take a theory/ hazard perception test will fail.

Driving Test Success (theory revision app) has shown pupils to be three times as likely to pass. theory test related materials are designed to maximise your chances of passing the theory/hazard perception test first time.

In our experience, many learner drivers will under estimate the theory test with statistics showing that there’s a 50% chance of failure. Delaying and not studying sufficiently for the theory/hazard perception test early enough is the single biggest reason that learning to drive takes longer than expected. You can not book a practical driving test until you have passed a theory/hazard perception test. This then starts a two year time period in which you must pass your practical driving test. Failure to do so would mean taking the theory test all over again.