In a recent study by Young Driver, it was revealed that 39% of drivers surveyed think that they would struggle to pass their driving test if they were asked to resit.
Blog | Driving Tests
Passing your driving test anywhere can be difficult enough, in fact, the national average for pass rates in the UK was just 48 percent of the 1.3 million driving tests that were taken in 2016.
According to a report released by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Association (DVSA), only 30% of the 40,000 driving instructors in the UK achieve the highest standard.
While a majority of older drivers are completely competent, able-bodied and are able to drive safely, there are many that are not, and are able to remain on the road because of the current processes
In a recent report released by the Metropolitan Police in conjunction with the DVSA, it has been found that from 2012, 209 people have been convicted in the UK for using a ‘stand-in’ driver in order to pass their driving test
Everybody knows that in order to pass your driving test you need to practice as much as possible, however recent reports have suggested that where you live may also have an effect on your chances.