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To see what is involved in the practical test Click Here.

Once we have informed you that you are ready to book your practical test - (you must first have passed your theory & hazard perception test and reached the required standard of driving) you can book, change or cancel a test click on the following link:- (this will open the DSA's booking site in new window)

Book your Practical Test

Change your practical Test

Alternatively you can ring the DSA booking office on:- 0300 200 1122

You will need a credit or debit card, your licence details, your theory pass certificate number & the date you passed your theory. If you are asked for an ADI number - This is our schools reference number and is 226593. The DSA currently charge 62 for a weekday test. Please note that this cost has nothing to do with Jedi Driver Training and there is still a separate fee for the car on the day of your test - this is usually a 2 hour charge as we pick you up for a 1 hour lesson just before your test & then a further hour as vehicle hire during the test.

May the 'driving force' be with you!

 

 

Other useful links

DSA online Bookstore for practical related books:- Click Here

Amazon.co.uk books & CD's on the Practical Test:- Click Here

 

Check list of items for your test:-

1. Your licence (both parts!) Without your licence you wont be doing your test. If you have an old-style paper licence you must bring both your paper licence and a valid passport.

2. Of lesser importance are your theory pass certificate & the appointment letter that was sent to you to confirm your test date.

If you have lost your theory pass certificate Click here

If you lose either part of your licence Click Here

 

 

 

Show Me/Tell Me Safety Questions:-

1. Under the bonnet

 

2. Show me

 

3. Tell me

 

 

 

 

 

From the 4th December the safety questions will be slightly different. Here is some info on that:- CLICK