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Lgv & Hgv Theory Test

Welcome to your LGV/HGV Theory Test. This plan will help you pass the first hurdle in getting your driving licence.

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LGV or HGV Theory Test by Category


Vehicle Weights and Dimensions

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Driver's Hours and Rest Periods

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Braking Systems

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The Driver

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Carrying Passengers

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The Road

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Accident Handling

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Vehicle Condition

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Leaving the Vehicle

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Vehicle Loading

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Restricted View

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Environmental Issues

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Other Road Users

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Traffic Signs

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High Quality Study Material

Our experts have designed learning material that leaves out no portion of the DVSA theory test, based on years of data. We divide our content in two parts:

  • Traffic signs and signals
  • Questions based on the various topics from the official DVSA theory test categories

Performance Analysis

Easy-to-understand graphs that will chart your progress in different areas of the exam. Use this tool to identify your strengths and weaknesses.

Keep monitoring your performance bars. Set a goal to reach over 85% on accuracy and 100% on completeness.

Unlimited Practice & Mock Tests

The UK driving theory tests are known for being difficult. Success is a matter of repeated practice.We encourage you to make full use of our mock theory tests until your performance analysis shows that you're ready to take the real exam*.

Welcome to your LGV/HGV (Large/Heavy Goods Vehicle) Theory Test.

Preparation for this test is crucial as it is the first hurdle in your way of getting the driving licence. Don't worry, we will help you get ready for this exam.

You can apply for the theory test after getting your provisional driving licence.

The actual theory test comes in two parts - MCQT and HPT. MCQT stands for Multiple Choice Question Test and HPT means Hazard Perception Test.

MCQT contains 100 questions, out of which you need to answer 85 correctly in 1 hour and 55 minutes. And, in HPT, you need to score 67 marks out of 100. Here, you will see 19 videos in which you can identify 20 hazards at most.

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  • study material

  • topic-wise practice tests

  • mock tests

  • performance-analysis tools

Frequently Asked Questions

If you want to get a UK DVLA driving license, you must first take the UK DVSA driving theory test. This driving test is divided into 2 parts. The first part comprises multiple choice questions and the second part, the Hazard Perception Test. The first section, that is, the multiple-choice section, depends on your vehicle type. Car and motorcycle learner drivers must answer 43 or more questions to pass. In all, there are 100 questions in the Large Goods Vehicle (LGV) and Passenger Carrying Vehicle (PCV) test. The passing mark is 85.

You can prepare for the theory test online, you can also do so by taking our mock practice tests. These practice tests will give you an insight into your depth of knowledge and will also help you find your weak areas. We suggest you register with us and take all our practice theory tests. Our show me tell me questions provide you with everything you need to know about the chapters and sections of the Highway Code. We are committed to providing you the most authentic and updated information possible.

To book a theory test you need to use the official DVSA website and book an appointment for the test. If you wish to take the theory test, you must hold a provisional license, otherwise you won’t be eligible. If you wish to change the appointment, the process is the same.

Anyone aged 17 or over can apply to sit the UK driving theory test.

Theory test for Car drivers £23 £23
Driving test for Car learner drivers £62 £75
Driving test for Car and Trailer learner drivers £115 £141
Driving Test for Tractor and other vehicle learner drivers £62 £75
Extended driving test of disqualified learner drivers for cars £124 £150
Theory Test For motorcycle and Moped learner drivers £23 £23
Module 1 test £15.50 £15.50
Module 2 test £75 £88.50
Test for disqualified learner drivers for motorcycles and mopeds £150 £177

You must pass both parts of the theory test in order to get a driving license. If you pass, you will get a pass certificate (valid for 2 years). You can now apply for a practical driving test to obtain a full-fledged DVLA driving license.If you fail, however, you will have to wait for 3 working days before taking another appointment for the theory test.

You must bring along your UK photo-card driving license, when you come to take the test. If you are from Northern Ireland, you must bring your paper counterpart as well.

This is the second part of the UK driving theory test. The Hazard Perception test is designed to assess how well you react to dangers you could face while driving in real life. It consists of 14 video clips, where each video shows a day to day road scene. 13 out of 14 clips contain only one developing hazard, on the other hand one of the 14 clips contains two developing hazards. Depending on the pace of your reaction towards the developing hazards, you can score up to 5 points per hazard.

The clips you will see in the hazard perception test will contain developing as well as potential hazards. A potential hazard is something you need to know about, but it does not necessarily require you to take action. On the other hand, a developing hazard is a situation that would require you to take some action, these could be, slowing down the vehicle, stopping or changing the direction etc.

The best revision for the hazard perception test is to practice by watching the clips provided on our website. Practice as much as you can, before taking the test. Make sure that you have taken enough mock tests, before paying for the actual exam. Register with to get extra mock clips.

  • For this part of the test you only have to focus on your existing knowledge of danger, as this test will only test your reaction time towards hazards.

  • The moment you see a developing hazard click on the mouse to minimize your reaction time.

  • Do click fast, but don’t click continuously as you may end up receiving zero marks for this action, considered cheating.

  • Pedestrians, who are going to cross the road

  • Cars stopping in front of you

  • Buses going away from the bus stop

  • Merging vehicles

  • Turning vehicles

  • Stopping vehicles

  • Parked vehicles with hazards lights on

  • Cyclists and pedestrians

The clips used in the Hazard Perception part of the theory test are the same for all vehicles. However, the numbers of clips for each type of vehicle changes.

Absolutely! Our online platform lets you practice the DVLA driving theory test online or on your smartphone with our app.

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