June 26, 2017

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Driving Made Easy

One of the latest guides to be published from Stationery Office Books focuses on the driving theory test, and preparing learner drivers all over the UK to take this test. The latest edition of this guide for learner drivers looks set to cement its position as the number one book of its kind.

Produced in association with the Driving Standards Agency, its key feature is the inclusion of all the latest official DSA revision questions.  All the questions featured are similar in style (multiple choices) and topic to the real questions you’ll face in an actual theory test.  The book is designed to help you understand all the correct answers as well, and includes explanations for each answer, and references  to source material for further learning opportunities. This guide has a longstanding reputation for quality, and is one of the few publications to include case study features on every topic, and the Highway Code is also included, which you can relate back to the questions.

Just to make sure you can test yourself properly, all the answers to the revision questions are printed in a separate section, which may give you an idea of when you’re ready to take the test. Look out for sections on alertness, hazard awareness, vehicle handling, rules of the road, and motorway rules among the official topics covered. The people behind the book have also included tips about applying for your driving licence, how to make sure you choose the right driving instructor and driving school, along with booking and taking your actual driving theory test. There’s also an additional e-book with more information, tests to check your knowledge, and Pass Plus, an additional programme of lessons you can take after passing your practical driving test. This can help you build up confidence in new areas you may not have experienced in your lessons. Lots of useful information packed into one official theory test guide.

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