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Driving Theory Test Tips Driving Your Car

Consider driving less:

In the UK, more carbon dioxide (CO2) comes from people’s car travel than from any other kind of UK transport. Reducing your car travel is a key step to reducing climate change effects and local air pollution.

Nearly a quarter of all car trips are under two miles, a distance you can cycle in less than 15 minutes. Cycling and walking distances under two miles could help you get fitter and save you money in fuel. You could also consider:

* planning ahead so you can combine car trips * car sharing * using public transport

Practical driving test tips for car drivers:

Before driving off: Making life easier for your engine can mean you use less fuel and produce fewer emissions.

Pump up your tyres: Under-inflated tyres create more resistance, making your engine work harder. This can increase your fuel consumption by up to 3 per … Read More

Before Practical Test Pass The Driving Theory Test

Before you can sit the practical test, you must pass the driving theory test, which consists of two sections. The first is a multiple choice exam. This comprises 50 randomly selected questions, of which you must answer at least 43 correctly to pass. The test checks your knowledge of the Highway Code and the theory behind driving.

Prior to sitting the driving theory test, there is a 15-minute practice session available – it is advisable that you take advantage of this, as it can benefit you during the actual test.

Once you pass the test, you can take part in the hazard perception examination. During this test, you will be shown 14 video clips, lasting about a minute each. The video clips show real-life situations that you could come across while driving, in which at least one hazard is developing.

When you spot the hazard you should click the button. … Read More