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Useful Links

Here are links to some useful websites for learner drivers: websites:

The website has some useful links, such as one to find your nearest driving test centre and the licencing agency.

Find your nearest driving test centre:

Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency:

The Highway Code

The highway code is a set of guidelines and requirements that all road users should be familiar with. The rules do not only apply to cars and regular traffic, but also to pedestrians, cyclists, motorcyclists and horse riders. You can access the highway code in it’s entirety on this government website:

Pass Plus: driving course for new drivers

Information on the pass plus scheme, which new drivers can use to get extra experience after they have passed their test. This not only helps you become a safer driver, but it also will help you get a discount on your insurance. Take a look at the official government page:

THINK! Road Safety

THINK! helps promote education about road safety and advice for remaining safe on the roads. Their website has a lot of useful information in the form of advice about various road safety topics.

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents

The ROSPA is a society for raising awareness of and preventing road accidents. According to their website: “Accidents are the biggest threat to you and your family for most of your life. More than 14,000 people die as a result of accidents across the UK each year.”

Institute of Advanced Motorists Roadsmart

IAM RoadSmart is a charity which aims to improve driving standards, prevent accidents and increase road safety through offering courses and their advanced driving test. The test is much more advanced than a standard practical test and has no affect on your driving licence, it is simply to help you become a safer driver and increase your safety on the road. – Everything for the Learner Driver

This is a great resource for learners, it has a lot of helpful content such as articles and video tutorials on passing your theory test to general advice about driving.

Note: Chiltern School of Motoring is not affiliated or partnered with any of these websites, companies or charities. These links are simply for sharing with our students.