Here, you will find three sections to explore:
Under the Study section, you can learn all about (try your free traffic signs here). These are important to learn because they are part of your main driving test.
You can choose either the Practice Theory Test or the Mock Theory Test. (try your free mock theory test here). The questions in these tests are updated regularly from the DVSA question-bank.
Major topics covered in this test are alertness, vehicle safety and handling, safety margins, hazard awareness, vulnerable road users, motorway rules and rules of the road, road and traffic signs, documents, accidents, and vehicle loading.
Practice tests are free and can be used in two ways: firstly, as topic-wise tests where you can choose one or more topics and secondly, as quick tests where questions come in randomly.
Mock tests give you the actual exam-experience with the help of friendly instructions, real-time explanations and hints, and the latest test format. To get access to these tests, you can buy one of the three LGV/HGV Test Plans based on how much time you need to prepare.
The mock test has 100 questions, out of which you need to answer 85 correctly in order to pass the test. You will be given 1 hour and 55 minutes to finish your test.
To complete the whole theory test, you need to pass both the multiple choice questions test and the Hazard Perception test.
When you purchase this plan, you also get access to the Hazard Perception Test absolutely free. This unlocks all the available video clips, explanations, tests, and performance analysis tools.
To pass this test, you need to score 67 out of 100 marks. It contains 19 one-minute video clips filmed from the driver’s point of view. Each video has a hazard that you must recognise, and one video will contain two hazards.
Note: The website works best on Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer 9. While accessing your account on multiple devices your progress will be saved, but please ensure you logout and close your browser after each session when you switch devices.