Advice guide website is the main public information service of Citizens Advice, providing people with round-the-clock access to CAB information on their rights - including benefits, housing and employment, and on debt, consumer and legal issues.A driving test is made up of a theory test and a practical test. You cannot normally take the practical test without first having passed the theory test.
However, some people are exempt from taking the theory test. You can find further information about who is exempt from taking the theory test at www.gov.uk
The theory test is in two parts. The first is a computerised touch screen test in which you have to select the correct answer from a number of choices. The second part is called the hazard perception test. You will be shown a set of video clips of driving hazards and asked to click the mouse button as soon as you spot a hazard. You have to pass both parts of the theory test at the same sitting in order to pass.
If you are interested in any of the training courses check the official Advice guide website.