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Government Announces Increase In Minimum Age for Male Drivers

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BREAKING NEWS - You've been April Fooled! Sources close to the government have revealed that as from July 21st the minimum age for males learning to drive will be increased to 21. This drastic law change is part of the UK initiative to reduce casualties on the road which some have hailed as the single greatest thing the coalition government has done since coming to power in 2010. The Get Off The Road law change will not require a vote in the Houses of Parliament due to executive powers. Many people have called this law change a "disgraceful and backward thinking policy". An unnamed...

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New Driving Test to be Trialled in 20 Test Centres Across the UK

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The DVSA have announced that the new practical driving test will be trialled at 20 test centres in the UK as part of new research aimed at improving and developing the practical driving test. This proposed new test will see various changes and the new trials aim to ascertain the effectiveness of the proposed changes to the driving test. It must be stressed that only the 20 test centres named will be affected. Part of the new driving test will include changes such as: - Using a Sat Nav - Different manoeuvres - Answering 'show me tell me' questions on...

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Important: Candidates urged to attend driving tests despite threats of strike

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The DVSA have announced that candidates who have their driving tests on Thursday 10th of July 2014 should still attend their driving test despite the threat of strike action. Failure to do so may mean you will have to pay for another test date and time. The strike has been called by the Public and Commercial Service union, of whom some driving examiners are members. The DVSA have stated that you will not have to contact them to rebook if you are unable to take your test because of the strike action and that you should hear from them with a new...

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What to expect on the Hazard Perception Test

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The hazard perception test forms the second part of the theory test. You take the hazard perception test once you have completed the multiple choice part of the Theory Test. The hazard perception test is taken on a computer and you will be required to click on a mouse each time you spot a hazard. Before the test starts you will be shown an introduction video. It is important that you watch and listen to this. Once the test starts you will be shown 14 video clips each varying in length but generally under a minute long. These clips will...

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Hazard Perception Online Help: when should I click in my hazard test?

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Online Hazard Perception Help One of the most common questions learner drivers ask about the hazard perception test is when they should click on a clip in the test. The obvious answer is when you see a hazard however it is in fact a little bit more complicated than this.. The idea behind the hazard perception test is that it helps train learner drivers in identifying and responding to developing hazards. Recognising when things happen on the road that could develop in to a hazard, seeing it before it can potentially happen. This gives you more time to react to...

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