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Helping you to pass your driving theory test first time!
Helping you to pass your driving theory test first time!

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Want to PASS your Car driving theory test?

See our top tips on how to PASS your theory test :-)

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THEORY TEST QUESTION OF THE WEEK...

In good conditions, what's the typical stopping distance at 70 mph?

a) 53 metres (175 feet)
b) 60 metres (197 feet)
c) 73 metres (240 feet)
d) 96 metres (315 feet)
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Worried about passing your Car theory test?

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The answer to last week's theory test question REVEALED...

The correct answer to last week's theory test question is...

c) In the direction shown on the marker posts

Along the hard shoulder there are marker posts at 100-metre intervals. These will direct you to the nearest emergency telephone.

Congratulations to everyone who answered this question correctly :-)
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DO YOU KNOW THE ANSWER TO THIS WEEK'S THEORY TEST PRACTICE QUESTION?!

You've broken down on a motorway. In which direction should you walk to find the nearest emergency telephone?

a) With the traffic flow
b) Facing oncoming traffic
c) In the direction shown on the marker posts
d) In the direction of the nearest exit

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REVEALED...

The correct answer to last week's theory test question - When may you stop and wait in a box junction? - is...

a) When oncoming traffic prevents you from turning right

Well done to everyone who got this question correct.

The purpose of yellow box markings is to keep junctions clear of queuing traffic.

You may only wait in the marked area when you're turning right and your exit lane is clear but you can't complete the turn because of oncoming traffic or other traffic waiting to turning right.

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We will soon be revealing the answer to last week's theory test question. Stay tuned...

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IT'S THEORY TEST QUESTION TIME...

When may you stop and wait in a box junction?

a) When oncoming traffic prevents you from turning right
b) When you're in a queue of traffic turning left
c) When you're in a queue of traffic going ahead
d) When you're on a roundabout

Leave your answer in the comment section below. Good luck :-)
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Did you know that driving with a sleep condition can be more dangerous than drink-driving?

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