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- Cover for Practising in Someone Else’s Car
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Learning to Drive – 5 Simple Steps
You’re ready to start learning to drive but where do you start? Here are 5 simple steps from start to pass.
Remember the 5 steps of learning to drive
1. Apply for a provisional licence
You can apply for a licence before you can even start learning to drive at 3 weeks before your 17th birthday! The price is currently £50.
2. Choose a driving instructor and then practice, practice, practice
Talk to friends and family who have started learning to drive already and scan social media sites for driving instructor recommendations.
Compare prices and deals that are on in your local area. Then it is time to book some driving lessons!
3. Get some learner driver insurance and then practice, practice, practice
It is recommended that you get 22 hours of private practice alongside your driving lessons so this is a key part of you passing first time and fast!
If you have a friend or family member who is over the age of 21 and has held a full driving licence for over 3 years then with their permission you can get insured on their car.
4. Revise! And then pass the driving theory test
Start revising as early as possible for your theory test, download apps, buy books and get stuck in.
There are 50 questions and 14 hazard perception videos. You need to get 43/50 in the multiple choice questions and 44/75 in the hazard perception part in order to pass.
5. Pass the practical test, good luck!