Useful Sites and Resources
You can find more information about driving tests and related subjects by visiting appropriate sites listed below.
More useful links form the DVSA
On your first lesson, you will need to print and produce your licence information. Use this link to get the appropriate information required by your instructor for your first lesson.
Click here for Licence information printouts
Series of videos for learners from the DVSA
Road Respect is about making the roads safer in North East England. We're seeking to continue to change the culture on the roads and foster respect for the law, other road users, conditions and yourself as a road user. Take a look around... watch, read, comment and share. We look forward to hearing from you soon!
All areas of the Institute of Advanced Motorists have joined together under one trading name IAM RoadSmart. We help all road users to be the best they can be. We help develop the skills of all licence holders through our advanced courses, programmes for businesses and short sessions available to everyone.
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents is a registered charity established more than 90 years ago that aims to campaign for change, influence opinion, contribute to debate, educate and inform - for the good of all.
Blue Light Aware is a short video, produced on behalf of the emergency services. Their crews rely on the help of other road users when they're on a 'blue light' journey. By watching Blue Light Aware, you will better understand their needs, you will be reducing the risks you face, you will be contributing to a safer road environment and you might also be helping to save a life.
Visit direct.gov.uk/think for THINK! campaign information including:
THINK! road safety statistics and facts
THINK! adverts and interactive road safety games
Road safety advice
Visit the new road safety advice section of Directgov for general road safety information including:
Drink driving limits
Advice on choosing and fitting child car seats
Penalties for using hand-held mobile phones whilst driving