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During these unprecedented times where countries across the world are in total lockdown and nothing is moving you can still make plans for the future. There are no theory tests, practical driving tests or driving schools open for lessons (except to odd few for key workers) but you can still make plans for when this is all over and the country reopens for business again.
Practice your theory and hazard perception
Why not make the most of all the extra time we all have by practising for your theory test. There are many great apps that you can download that offer the complete set of DVSA questions as well as the hazard perception clips.
Even though there are currently no theory tests available due to the test centres all being closed why not get one step ahead, then when the test centres reopen you will be all set and ready to book in and take that test.
I would recommend the ‘Driving Test 2020’ app by Driving Test success £4.99
There are also many online websites where you can practice your theory and hazard perception, as well as free app to download. However, the majority of these free apps are limited and do not contain the latest DVSA question bank, so for the sake of a few pounds it is well worth paying for the app.
Get booked with a driving instructor
Even though all driving schools are currently closed down to all business (expect key workers) it could be a good plan to get your name on a driving instructors list so that as soon as daily restrictions are lifted and business begins to return to normal you will be able to start lessons. Some driving schools may still have a waiting list, so plan ahead and try and get as close to the top of the list as you can. Driving schools will also give priority to their existing pupils who wish to continue with their driving lessons.