Legal guide to UK motoring, sections for law enforcement, Driver licensing, learner and new drivers, buying and selling, speeding fines, owning a vehicle, wheel clamping, traffic information.
Learning to Drive
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Driving theory test fees
|Proposed changes to test fees||Current fee per test||New fee per test - October 2014||New fee per test - October 2015|
|Car theory test||£31||£25||£23|
|Abridged theory test||£24||£19||£18|
|Motorcycle theory test||£31||£25||£23|
|Lorry and bus licence acquisition multiple choice questions||£35||£28||£26|
|Lorry and bus licence acquisition hazard perception test||£15||£12||£11|
|Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) theory test||£30||£24||£23|
|Delegated car and motorcycle theory test||£18.50||£15||£15|
|Delegated Driver CPC theory test||£30||£27||£26|
|Delegated hazard perception test||£9||£9||£9|
|Delegated multiple choice questions||£20||£12||£12|
|Approved driving instructor (ADI) theory test||£90||£83||£81|
Driving test fees if you need to take a retest
If you don't pass your theory or practical test, and want to take another test, you'll have to pay again.
You have to pay the full amount for any retests that you take - DSA doesn't give discounts for retests.