This section of the site is dedicated to providing learners with information and advice on applying for licences, the driving tests themselves, how to get the most out of practicing at home, as well as what you should do as a foreign resident if wishing to drive in this country.
Please follow the links below for further details about each area;
Explains the requirements, process and costs of obtaining a British driving licence. Remember, you must obtain a provisional driving licence in order to undertake driving lessons. Your instructor will check this on your first lesson and will be forced to terminate the lesson if you cannot produce it.
Help on how and where to book, how much the tests cost, and what to expect from them. Don’t forget as a Routes 2 Driving pupil you are entitled to our online theory training and practice tests absolutely free; simply contact us for a log in and click the link in the right sidebar.
A guide to help you get the most out of practicing with family or friends. Make sure you show whoever is supervising you as the information is geared mainly towards them; their responsibilities, some suggestions on how to go about practice sessions and common pitfalls that can cause more hurt than help.
Details what to do and how to go about it if you are a foreign national wishing to drive in this country. Whether you are a new arrival or lived here some time, are a resident or just visiting, this section explains the legal requirements for you to get on the road.