PRLog - Dec. 19, 2012 - BRITISH COLUMBIA, U.K. -- Using Your Car For The Practical Driving Test
UK Driving Theory Test
Once you book the practical driving test (http://www.ukdrivingtheorytest.co.uk/)
Taking the practical driving test in your own car is possible if the car is insured for you to drive. The proof must be submitted to the driving test examiner and you are required to sign a declaration form to clarify that the vehicle is insured. If you are unable or unwilling to sign the declaration forms, the test will not be conducted.
Requirements For Practical Driving Test:
1. Your car must be properly taxed and legally roadworthy in all aspects with valid MOT certificate.
2. The car must have valid tax disk.
3. Have a fully functional seat belt fitted to the front passenger seat.
4. Have L and D plates at the front and rear of the car.
5. The car must have interior mirror and additional interior rear view mirror for the examiners use.
6. Have a proper passenger head restraint.
7. The car must be fitted with a speedometer measuring speed in mph.
Apart from the above requirements, the Driving Standard Agency (http://www.ukdrivingtheorytest.co.uk/
1. Some cars use space-saver tyres for temporary purpose. Examiners do not allow such cars for the practical driving tests.
2. The DSA has restricted some of the convertible cars and panel vans for driving tests, as these cars do not give all round vision to the examiner.