I realise learning to drive can seem quite complicated, with all the forms you need to fill out and other stuff you have to remember. Don't worry - I've created this page to give you the information on everything you need to know about getting hold of your provisional licence, followed by the steps you then need to follow to apply for and ultimately pass your test. I've also included useful links to the sites you can click through to, when applying for both your licence and your test. I hope you'll find the info useful!
The Highway Code is essential reading for everybody learning to drive. It contains all of the rules and regs that relate to driving in the UK. As a driver, it's your duty to know these rules - and remember if you don't abide by them, you'll be breaking the law and could end up being prosecuted. This could lead to you losing your licence, so it's worth getting to know what's what
OK, so you've had all your lessons and you're ready to go - what next? You need to apply to take your test with your local DSA centre. You can do this online from the DSA website , but I strongly recommend you don't apply for your test until I think you are ready. I can also arrange your test date for you, if you want me to.
Congratulations you passed! You can now get out on the road. Don't forget that you now need to notify the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) and exchange your test pass certificate and provisional driving licence for a new 'Full' driving licence as soon as possible.
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