Driving theory



The ability to drive is extremely important for workers in the East of England, especially if they live in a rural area. Public transport is often infrequent and does not match shift starting times, for example. In addition, many overseas nationals can only drive on licences issued in their home countries for the maximum of a year. They then need to pass the British theory and practical tests to obtain a UK driving licence.

The language used in the theory test is extremely complicated, subject-specific and set at a high level for people who do not have English as a first language. So we have developed some resources to help overseas nationals to pass their theory test.


Download our Frequently Asked Questions on driving in the East of England.

Driving Theory FAQs 



Support for driving theory test

Choose between webinars or a self-study module.

You can choose to view 2 webinars to help you prepare for your driving theory exam or you can choose a self-study module

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