Driver Theory Test

The heavy good vehicle driver theory test is part of the initial driving test, and is not required for upgrading a licence. It consists of multiple choice questions & hazard perception clips. 

For new PCV (Passenger Carrying Vehicle) drivers, all the other modules of the Initial Driver CPC are required to be taken and passed in addition to the driver theory test.

Multiple Choice Questions

You must answer 100 multiple choice questions using a touch screen computer. You do not have to be computer literate to take this test. The pass mark is 85 out of 100. The questions cover all aspects of managing the vehicle, managing loads, carrying passengers, emergency procedures as well as the rules of the highway.

Hazard Perception Test

Hazard perception clips are shown on a computer screen, the sooner you spot the hazard the more points you score. These clips test your reaction time to a series of hazards. The pass mark is 67%.

Please call us on 01254 384857 for assistance with your test.

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