top of page

DVSA now brings an innovative way to get yourself ready for DVSA official theory test.

The Theory Test is taken on a computer at an official DVSA test centre and consists of two individual tests which must both be taken on the same day. The first is a multiple-choice test based on the rules of the road, as set by the DVSA, and the second is a Hazard Perception Test.

DVSA Theory Test

DVSA Theory test consists of two parts, multiple-choice questions and Hazard perception test. Both of these are taken on the same day. Practise multiple-choice test and hazard perception test using our free theory tests or purchase the full version. Remember, you have to pass your theory test before booking your practical test for a car or motorcycle.

Take a practice theory test

You can practise both parts of the theory test online.

Multiple-choice questions

You can:

The practice questions are not used in the real test, but they’re based on the same topics as the test.

Hazard perception test

Take a practice hazard perception test. You can practise with 3 test clips for free.

These clips are not used in the real test, but they show you how the test works.

Other ways to practise

There are apps, software and books available from the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) to help you practise both parts of the test. You can:

You can also buy them from most online and high street book shops.

Reference: Official website.

16 views0 comments


bottom of page