Once you've decided it's time to learn how to drive, you'll need to apply for your provisional licence. You can use a provisional licence once you turn 17, but you can apply for it up to 2 months before your Birthday.
You can apply for a provisional licence through the DVLA by clicking here.
To be eligible for a provisional licence in Britain you'll need to meet the following criteria:
Upon learning to drive you'll need to sit a theory test, this is a series of questions designed to test your knowledge of things like road safety, hazardous driving, parking and much more.
Have a look at this on-line app to test yourself out - but don't just do the tests, learn the info too! Click here to see 'readies' Theory Test App
The DirectGov website has several resources to help you prepare for your upcoming theory test, you can explore these here.
Click here to book your theory test via DirectGov
Your practical test
The practical test is exactly what it sounds like, it's designed for you to demonstrate your understanding of road safety and the Highway Code.
The DirectGov website has several resources to help you prepare for your practical test, you can explore these here.
Click here to book your practical test via DirectGov
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