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Whether you are eager to begin learning to drive when you turn 17 or wait until later in your life, the first step is getting a provisional licence.

To get a provisional driving licence you can pick up a form at your post office, or even apply online at the government’s Directgov website.  Whilst you wait you can still be preparing for your first driving lesson by reading the highway code, starting work on your theory test, or simply asking a qualified driver for some helpful hints and tips. Once you receive your provisional driving licence you can then begin learning to drive.

Driving test

The test to secure your full driving licence comes in two parts.  Firstly the theory test, which comprises of a multiple-choice part and a hazard perception section.  ABC are very happy to provide tailored help to assist your preparation for this test.  The second part of the driving test is the practical.  This part will last around 40 minutes and amongst a number of things will test your ability to drive safely and complete a number of manoeuvres, which you will already have practiced with your ABC driving instructor.

After your driving test

Naturally you will be overjoyed in earning your licence, but its worth remembering that experience counts a lot for being a fully competent driver, so take it easy.  If you accumulate 6 points on your licence, within the first 2 years, you will lose your licence and have to start all over again!  Speak to ABC driving school about other courses to improve your motoring abilities,such as Pass Plus.

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