Step Forward To Practical Driving Test
The first step toward becoming a safe driver is learning to drive safely, where the practical driving test comes in. It’s one of the final steps of getting your full driving license.
So, if you can pass this test, you’ll be on your way to being able to drive independently. And, in your car or any other type of vehicle you can legally operate on the road. So, book your practical driving test with us as soon as possible and get ready to be a safe driver!
Before a practical driving test, one needs plenty of practice. As per DVSA, 85% of people utilize their 47 hours in professional driving schools and 20 hours in private practice. However, everyone learns their own ways.
BOOKING YOUR PRACTICAL TEST
If you feel that you are ready for a practical driving test, book the practical driving test online via GOV.UK/book-practical-driving-test.
Requirements For Practical Test
- A valid Great Britain or Northern Ireland provisional driving licence number
- To pay test dues, credit or debit card details are required.
- Passing date of your theory test & certificate number
- Personal reference number of your driving instructor to confirm their availability.
Understanding Your Licence
Your license is an important piece of identification, so it’s worth taking care of it. Also, when you obtain your license, it will have one of three conditions.
Furthermore, conditional drivers are required to display red L-plates while they hold their license. Prohibited drivers must display blue P-plates when driving. Also, learner drivers need to have their learner license card with them while driving.
Moreover, if you fail a test and apply for another, you will get conditional or prohibited status until you pass again. You should think carefully about each condition listed on your license before booking in for your driving test.
The Day of the Test
There are few things more intimidating than the morning of your driving test. Before you arrive, take some time to centre yourself and make sure you have everything you need.
Also, you’ll want to bring along any required paperwork or documents, a pen or pencil, water (you’ll be there a while), snacks, lunch, full gas tank. You can never quite tell how long tests will run. And, once you’re at the DMV?
Try not to stress out about it; the chances are that everyone in line feels as anxious as you do. If you know anyone taking their test that day. Use that downtime well, pass each other notes with words of encouragement or share in nervous laughter.