Getting Started

Driving, for many, represents independence. If you’re seventeen or eighteen, learning to drive can serve as a logical and practical beginning to adulthood and the freedoms and responsibilities that go with it. If you didn’t pass your test when you where younger, getting it sorted can be the door to great opportunities in both your personal and professional lives.

In brief you’ll need to get a provisional license, pass a theory test, take driving lessons, pass a practical test and exchange your provisional for a full license (this is now done for you by the examiner on passing the practical test)

Here are some simple guidelines to help you get started (and, hopefully, finished) down the road to obtaining your full license. Just click on the links.