Tailor your learning to prepare for the car theory test
DVSA and The Stationery Office (TSO) have launched a new online learning resource to help learners pass their car theory test first time.
The ‘DVSA Learning Zone’ is a learning material that provides instant access to all the latest DVSA car theory test revision questions and answers.
If you’re studying for your car theory test, you can use this service to revise and take practice tests on your smartphone, tablet, laptop or PC.
Rule change: drugs and medicine Rule 96 of The Highway Code has been updated today (2 March 2015).
New rule 96 wordingYouMUST NOTdrive under the influence of drugs or medicine.
For medicines, check with your doctor or pharmacist and do not drive if you are advised that you may be impaired.
YouMUST NOTdrive if you have illegal drugs or certain medicines in your blood above specified limits. It is highly dangerous so never take illegal drugs if you intend to drive;
the effects are unpredictable, but can be even more severe than alcohol and result in fatal or serious road crashes.