Theory Test Fees
Theory test fees will change from the 1st of October 2015 for all types of vehicles. The fee for the car theory test will fall from £25 to £23. You can now book tests from the 1st of October onwards. On the 23rd of June in 2014 the then Transport Minister Stephen Hammond ( Patrick McLoughlin current Transport Minister) announced a 25% savings over 9 years. This amounts to a savings of over a £100 million for learner drivers. Fees for motorcycles and cars started to drop in October 2014 by £6 and then the further reduction of £2 in October 2015.
Each year over 1.6 million candidates take the theory test in the UK. The pass rates are just over 50%. The test is made up of two parts. The multiple choice has 50 questions the pass mark is 43. The second part the hazard perception has 14 clips each 1 minute long, the pass mark is 44 out of 75 marks.
Using The Correct Tools
By using the correct website to book your theory test and driving test you will save yourself unnecessary admin fees. The link provided directs you to the official DVSA website where you can book or amend your theory test dates. Other ways of saving money is, being ready for the test! Free material provide on many websites and apps does not cover all of the questions you maybe asked. Searching Google for Apps and DVDs with the best reviews is a must!