Your Journey to Passing your Driving Test

The process of getting a provisional is pretty easy. As long as you can read the number plate of a car parked 20 meters away and are aged 15 years and 9 months or above, you can apply for a provisional. You can learn to drive a car and take your test at 17. 

The following are 4 easy steps to getting that much-wanted license:  

Step 1: Get your provisional.

Cost: £34; Time: 1 week

Apply online on the DVSA website: Remember that you will need to provide originals for:

  1. an identity document or a valid UK biometric passport. The identity document can be a current and valid foreign passport, Biometric Residence Permit (BRP) issued in the UK, a travel document or EU national identity card
  2. addresses where you’ve lived over the last 3 years
  3. your National Insurance number if you know it

You’ll get a confirmation email from DVLA after you’ve applied. Your license should arrive within one week if you apply online. It may take longer if DVLA needs to make additional checks.          

Step 2: Take Driving Lessons 

Cost: As advised on the pricing page; Time: from 1 week to 3 months (depending upon how quickly you can acquire this skill)

We offer a wide variety of courses to new drivers. Although all our courses are great value for money and are very popular, we find the following course is the most in-demand: driving lesson for beginners (Fresher to  Expert- End to End) - for new drivers; intensive driving course (Intermediate 15) - for drivers who have some exposure to driving, and international drivers - to help people who hold a full permit for a foreign country and now need a UK . We encourage you to visit the pricing page to find a course that's just right for you. Do not hesitate to call us on +44 203 129 7741 if you would like more information.

Step 3: Prepare for the Theory test and pass it 

Cost of practice tests: Free; Cost of DVLA Theory test: £23; Time: 2 to 4 weeks

Book your theory test online. 

All the multiple-choice questions in the test are from the Highway Code. It is also important to be aware of the car driving Syllabus to pass the theory test first time.

Please take a mock driving theory test by answering multiple-choice questions on our website

If you would like us to give you online 1 to 1 training for preparation, we can help you with that too.

Step 4: Take Practical Mock Driving test 

Cost: £50; Time: 1 hour per test

Book your practical mock driving test on our website.

Remember you will need to prove that you have passed your theory test before you can take a practical test.

If you have any doubts or queries, we will be happy to help you. Why wait? Contact us today and get started on your journey of getting a  license! 

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