Driving Test cancellation Booking Service
On the day of Practical DVSA Driving Test
The candidate should arrive at least 10 minutes with a fully insured car, before the practical driving test. Wait in the waiting room with Driving Instructor. The Examiner meets you at the appointed time. You will be asked your provisional driving licence. You are asked to sign a declaration to ensure your name live at the address on the licence is correct and that the car is fully insured for the purpose of the practical driving test.
The Examiner will ask you to read a number plate from about 20 metres, then asked two “show me tell me” questions. One of the show me question could be asked while you are driving.
During the Driving Test, 1 in 3 tests will be asked to do an emergency brake, there will be 20 minutes independent driving with a sat-nav or given direction to follow. You will be asked to do 1 manoeuvre out of the 4 that you have been practising. After approximately 37-40 minutes at the end of the test, the Examiner will tell you if you have passed the driving test. The Examiner should explain what faults he/she has marked once you are back at the DVSA driving test centre.
Pass Plus course
Once you have passed the practical test. Pass Plus scheme is for new drivers to help them to be better drivers. Your ADI will complete the 6 training modules of the training course. You can take a Pass Plus course at any time after passing the driving test. However, it’s mainly aimed at new drivers in the first year.
With the Pass Plus scheme, you could reduce your car insurance premiums with some insurance companies.
Pass Plus consists of six modules about driving in different conditions:
- in town
- in all weathers
- on rural roads
- at night
- on dual carriageways
- on motorways
Driving Test Booking Service
Check, change or book a practical driving test with these links.
To book your practical driving test click the link below.
To book a Driving Theory Test use the link below.
The Driving Vehicle Licensing Agency, apply for your first Provisional Licence
The Driving Standards Agency (DSA)
The theory test is made up of 2 parts; a multiple-choice section and a Hazard Perception test. The multiple-choice section is delivered using a mouse, while the hazard perception test records your responses through the use of a computer mouse button. You’ll need to pass both parts to successfully complete your theory test. If you pass one part and fail the other, you’ll fail the whole test, and will have to take both parts of the theory test again.