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Booking Online Driving Test UK

Are you ready for DSA driving theory test? Book your DSA driving test online

You can book test either online, on telephone or even by post. You can use any option which suits you. All theory test confirmed bookings can be changed, cancelled or rescheduled given that you give DSA three clear working days and there are slots available.

We advise that before you go for a DSA driving test booking you are fully prepared for it. Make sure -

  • You have solved enough random multiple choice mock theory test questions.
  • to know Highway code traffic signs, road rules and regulations
  • know very well about hazard perception test and scoring mechanism

Once you are ready, you can

book driving test

DSA test online. You receive DSA

theory test booking

confirmation by post.

Here are some important things to remember when you are going for the test.

What happens at the theory test centre?

You should arrive at the test centre in plenty of time. Once you have registered at reception you will go through to the test room. You may not take anything into the room with you; all personal items must be stored in the lockers provided. Once you are in the test room you may not talk to or distract other candidates. The computer screen will display your name and the category of test you are taking. If you have any problems during the theory test, you should raise your hand to attract the attention of the test invigilator.

What do I need to take to the theory test centre?

 

You must bring the following items with you. If you do not, DSA may refuse to carry out the test and you may lose your fee.

  • Both parts of your valid signed GB or NI (Northern Ireland) driving licence.
  • If you have an old-style paper licence you must bring both your paper licence and a valid passport.
  • Your appointment letter.

Please Note: If you misplace your license, you must apply for a replacement from the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA), which could take up to15 days. If this happens, you may have to re-arrange your test.