Preparing for Practical Test.
It is important that you be guided by your instructor to know when to put in for your Practical test. You must have completed the syllabus and have reached a sufficient level of competence to deal with whatever situation may arise on the road during your test. If you are not quiet sure of this we advise that you delay your test by a week or two in order to gain more skill and confidence as you alone will be responsible for the safety of the car and other road users while on test.
Click here for Practical test Show Me / Tell Me or Car Maintenance Questions. These are asked at the beginning of your Practical test just after they have tested your eyesight and checked your licence. You must take both parts of your licence to your test otherwise your test may not take place but you will loose your fee.
To * book your Practical Test you can use our booking service by paying your Instructor. there is a £10 fee for this and they will agree a suitable time with you prior to and whilst booking. It is important that you give them all the correct details to save time when booking.
Alternatively Click here to book your Practical Test http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/Diol1/DoItOnline/Doitonlinemotoring/DG_197299 direct with the Driving & Vehical Standards Agency. You will need:
your valid Great Britain provisional driving licence number your credit or debit card details a theory test expiry date and certificate number (if appropriate). You may book online from 6.00am to midnight 7 days a week. The current cost of a Practical test is £62.00 weekdays and £75.00. If you are asked for more than this you are on a scam sight and will be over charged! So we recommend you book via our link above.
When you book your test on Directgov you only pay the cost of your practical test – there Is no booking fee however the DVSA can only accept these cards: Delta, MasterCard, Visa & Visa Electron.
Click here to see a short video of what will happen on the day of your practical test.
To Retake a Test.
If you took your practical test today but didn’t pass, you can take another test only after ten clear working days for a car or motorcycle (module two test).
*Test Booking form email with all details to myself incl; payment through PayPal.
Q. How you would know if there was a problem with your anti-lock braking system (ABS).
A: A warning light should illuminate if there is a fault with the anti-lock braking system. Orange ABS light on this model.