A Disturbing Fact
Within the first two years of passing the driving test, you will be more vulnerable on the road than more experienced drivers.
As many as 1 in 5 newly qualified drivers have an accident in the first year, with 17 to 25 year olds facing the highest risk. The aim of the theory test and hazard perception test is to make sure you understand the rules and safety points of driving. You should prepare as much as possible before you sit the test, as you will not be able to take your practical test until you have passed.
RH1 Driver Training have invested in Theory Test Pro, an online learning software for driving theory, which is available free to all our students. It helps them learn everything they need to know to pass their test and it has features which allow us as trainers to monitor their progress and give help and feedback online.
If you want to get a head start, you can start learning your theory before you even have your provisional licence, and you can take your theory test as soon as you reach your 17th birthday.
There are many reference books and DVDs on the market to help you study for the theory test, and your RH1 Trainer will be only too pleased to help with your study.
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