Approved Driving Instructor (or ADI) test is a test for trainers who teach people to drive and who are to be registered with the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) . To be certified as an ADI one must complete three qualifying tests.
The qualifying examination consists of 3 sections:
The driving test theory part is the first lesson that one must learn before registering as an ADI. It comprises of two elements; a set of multiple choice questions and a Hazard perception test.
UK Drive Test offers sets of multiple choice questions in its online portal along with answers and explanations, chapters on topics related to alertness, vehicle safety, vehicle handling, safety margins, hazard awareness, vulnerable road users, motorway rules, rules of the road, traffic signs, documents, accidents, and vehicle loading.
We offer a complete guide to negotiating hazards via an interactive hazard perception test practice zone which contains more than 25 practice video clips. The guide also contains practical information and advice, inclusive of hazard perception videos, multiple-choice questions for different types of vehicles and links to insightful websites to keep you interested in learning to drive and finally obtain that long awaited UK driver’s license.
Hazard Perception is critical to acing the DVSA Theory Test. Which is why one must clear both the multiple choice and the hazard perception sections. Learn driving theory lessons straight from the horse’s mouth with Official Hazard Perception Practice Clips created by the DVSA.
Introduced in 2002, the test was updated in 2015 by uploading computer generated clips in place of live action videos.
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