What you will need to do to obtain a full UK driving licence
Before you can book driving lessons or start driving a car you need to apply for a provisional licence.
This will enable you to drive with a supervising driver who has held a full GB licence for 3 years and is age 21 or older.
You cannot drive unaccompanied with a provisional licence.
When you have received your provisional licence you can then book driving lessons with a professional Driving Standards Agency approved driving instructor.
Before you can take a practical driving test you need to pass the theory test.
This test consists of 50 multiple choice questions which include case studies. There is also a hazard perception test included with the theory test which consists of identifying hazards on 14 video clips.
You can book a theory test over the phone on 0300 200 1122 or you can book online at the direct.gov website
You will need a debit or credit card and your driver number which can be found on your provisional licence
You can practice official theory test questions online
Practical Driving Test
When you have passed the theory test you can then book a practical driving test
The driving test has been designed so that you can demonstrate that you can, without supervision, drive safely with consideration for other road users and have a good knowledge of the rules of the Highway Code.
Before you go ahead and book your driving test it is best that you ensure that you have gained enough knowledge, experience and training to ensure success.
Most people will require between 40 -
When you are ready you can book over the phone on 0300 200 1122 or you can book online at the direct.gov website