Practise for the official DSA driving theory test online. Here you can find all the information you will need to pass the theory test:
- Driving theory test
- Practise theory test multiple choice questions
- Practise road signs
- Hazard perception
- DVLA driving test
- Driving Schools
- Road signs
- Changes in theory test 2014
- DVSA theory test
Driving theory test online
The best way to pass your official theory test at first attempt is to practise theory test online.
Our online driving theory test helps you prepare for the official theory test. Our test works on all mobile and desktop devices.
Theory test 2014 consists of two parts.
|Category||Time allowed||Pass mark|
|Car and motorcycle||57 minutes||43 out of 50 questions|
|Lorry and bus||1 hour and 55 minutes||85 out of 100|
|Category||Video clips||Developing hazards||Pass mark|
|Car and motorcycle||14 clips||15||44 out of 75|
|Lorry and bus||19 clips||20||67 out of 100|
When do I need to take theory test?
Theory test must be completed if you want a licence for a new category of vehicle.
However, if you want to upgrade within a vehicle category you will not need to take a driving theory test. For example, if you have an automatic car licence and you want to drive a manual car, you will need to pass a driving test in a manual car, but you will not need to retake the theory test.
Theory test for foreigners
If you have a valid community licence and you are visiting UK, you can drive any vehicle for as long as your driving licence remains valid. So you don't need to pass driving licence test. The appropriate full entitlement for the vehicle you wish to drive must be shown on your driving licence.
If you hold a full driving licence granted outside the EEA it might be possible to change it to a British licence. You should contact the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency to find out if you can exchange your foreign driving licence without taking UK driving licence test.