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Welcome to FIVESTAR Driver Training’s “FREE” online theory training.
Have you passed your theory? No?
Then click one or all of the links on this page and sign up now for our free theory training.
For PC users, add your details on the link to the right and you will be given access to a sample of the theory training offered. Then, when you book your lessons with us you will be able to log in and access the full package including Hazard perception free of charge.
Or download our FREE APP available to anyone with a smart phone iPad or tablet. See link below (Theory & hazard perception training)
Or if you wish to pay for your theory training then visit the official DVSA website via this link :
The theory test consists of 50 multiple choice questions which include a case study. (You need to score at least 43) There is also a hazard perception test included with the theory test which consists of identifying hazards on 14 video clips.
Please watch the you tube video clip on the right for further information on the theory test.
Ask your Five Star Driver Training instructor for help and advise on training materials that are available.
You can book a theory test over the phone on 0300 200 1122 or you can book online using the link below.
You will need a debit or credit card and your driver number which can be found on your provisional licence
Better testing for better drivers (Published by DSA)
From Monday 23 January, the driving theory test will no longer use pre-
Until now all the questions used in the driving theory test have been published. These changes will mean that learner drivers and riders gain a better understanding of driving theory, because they can no longer rely on simply learning which options are correct for individual questions.
Road Safety Minister Mike Penning said:
“By bringing a stop to publication of theory test questions we aim to encourage candidates to prepare by learning each topic area thoroughly rather than just memorising the questions and answers.
“The intention is to improve candidates’ knowledge and understanding of driving theory, so that they are more able to retain and apply it when they are on the road.”
The familiar theory test books and software still offer revision questions for candidates
to test themselves and assess their progress. They now also have exercises so learners
can practice applying their knowledge on each topic to case studies. There are also
new sections of revision support for motorcyclists and a free e-
The agency has also launched its first iPhone apps for theory test revision, which also help candidates to study and monitor their progress at their convenience as they approach their test date. These are available from the iTunes Store.
DSA books, electronic books and software are available to order or download from TSO at and all good bookshops