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- In the driving theory test you must answer at least how many questions out of 50 correctly to pass section one?
- What does the abbreviation 'PAS' stand for?
- After learners pass their driving test, they may opt to display green P-plates; what does the 'P' stand for?
- What does the below road sign mean?
- If you are driving on an icy road, how many times the normal distance should you drive from the car in front?
- What type of emergency vehicle is fitted with a green flashing beacon?
- In which year were speed cameras introduces to the UK?
- What does SORN stand for?
- What type of crossings are designed for both pedestrians and cyclists?
- What is the legal limit for tyre tread?
- If you are towing a trailer on a motorway, what is your national speed limit?
- What is the maximum speed of powered wheelchairs and disability scooters?
- After what time at night should you not use your horn in a built up area?
- On what sort of crossing are cyclists allowed to ride across with pedestrians?
- How can you use a vehicle's engine as a brake?
- Powered-assisted steering
- No waiting
- Ten times
- Doctor's car
- Statutory Off-Road Notification
- Toucan crossings
- By changing to a lower gear
- The compulsory driving test for all drivers was introduced in which decade?
- How old must you be to supervise a learner driver?
- In Wales, with it's bilingual status, learner drivers may display either red L plates or what other letter red plates?
- As of March 2016, how much does the theory test for cars cost?
- What term is given to an area not covered by a driver's mirrors?
- As of March 2016, how much does a weekday driving test cost?
- How many answers out of 50 do you have to answer correctly to pass the theory test?
- In which year was the new hazard perception test incorporated into the current driving theory exam?
- A CBT certificate may be required before a motorcycle is ridden; what does this acronym stand for?
- What does it mean if a pedestrian has a white stick with a red band?
- Traffic signs giving orders are generally what shape?
- In metres, what is the nearest you may park to a junction?
- Front seat belts became compulsory to be worn in which year?
- You must renew your driving licence when you reach what age?
- In which city are the headquarters of the DVLA?
- 1930s (1935)
- D plates
- Blind spot
- Compulsory Basic Training
- Deaf and blind
- Circle or round
- 10 metres
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