Hopefully within my learning ladies website i have made it as simple as possible with easy to browse pages giving you as much information as possible to help assist you in achieving your ultimate goal of passing your driving test and receiving your full driving license.

Below are a few simple questions and answers for you to view that you may find useful, if you have any other questions please don’t hesitate to contact me, i will be pleased to help.

Thank you once again for taking the time to visit my website, i hope you have found it useful.

Good luck in the future and drive careful,

Claire, Learning Ladies X

Q1 How old do I need to be before I drive?

A1 To drive you must be 17 years of age, 16 years of age if you are disabled.

Q2 How old do I need to be to apply for my provisional license?

A2 The earliest you may apply for your provisional licence 3 months before your 17th birthday, 16th birthday if you are disabled.

Q3 How much does a provisional license cost?

A3 A provisional license costs £34.00

Q4 How do I apply for a provisional license?

A4 Please visit my ‘Thinking Of Learning To Drive’ page.

Q5 How much does a driving theory test cost?

A5 The theory test costs £25.00

Q6 How do I book my driving theory test?

A6 Firstly you need your provisional licence, then visit my “Thinking Of Learning To Drive” page.

Q7 How many parts are there to the driving theory test?

A7 There are 2 parts, firstly multiple choice and secondly hazard perception.

Q8 What pass mark do I need to pass the driving theory test?

A8 43 out of 50 in multiple choice section and 44 out of 75 in the hazard perception section.

Q9 How many driving lessons will it take for me to pass my test?

A9 40 hours with an instructor is an average guide, although some students take more hours and others take less.

Q10 How much does a practical driving test cost?

A10 To take your test Monday-Friday the cost is £62.00, to take your test on Saturday the cost is £75.00

Q11 How do I book my practical driving test?

A11 Visit my “Thinking Of Learning To Drive” page.

Q12 Is it okay for my dad to take me out in his car in between lessons for extra practice?

A12 Yes this is something i try to encourage, any extra driving will be beneficial to you providing you have adequate insurance cover on the vehicle and Learner plates on front and rear of the vehicle.

Q13 Can I learn to drive in my own car?

A13 Yes, providing i have confidence in your driving ability so i am not dependant on using the dual controlls fitted in my learning car, this can be arranged. Also as answer 12.. adequate insurance and “L” plates.

Q14 Can you pick me up from home for my lesson and drop me off at work?

A14 Yes this isn’t a problem whatsoever providing you inform me on booking your lesson so i can allow for travel to my next student.

If you have any other questions please don’t hesitate to contact me, thank you, Claire – Learning Ladies