Driving Lessons For You Resources.

The links below provide information on every stage of your learning process.

Interactive Map Showing The Number and Location of Road deaths from 1998 to 2008     The website displays the location of road deaths and injuries, by postcode, over a decade. Essential reading.

The DSA Facebook Page. Useful resource to keep up to date with current events such as examiner strikes etc.

My Facebook Page. Come and visit, check out the latest passers and reviews.

DSA Publications.TSO is the official publisher for the DSA's theory and practical test materials.

The Highway Code An excellent and concise resource, essential reading for the new and more experienced driver.

Video Link to multiple DSA Driving Videos. Helpful videos covering what is involved in your theory and practical tests.

Practice your Theory and Hazard Perception Skills online for Free Useful online free limited version to supplement your own studies.

Blue Light Aware is a short official video produced on behalf of the emergency services that explains how to handle emergency vehicles and will allow you to better understand their needs.

Driving Lessons and Driving Test for Pregnant Women Some useful information and things to consider for pregnant drivers or learners.

THINK website. THINK! provides road safety information for road users. Its aim is to encourage safer behaviour to reduce the number of people killed and injured on our roads every year.

Show me Tell me Questions  A page describing the Show me Tell me questions and photos specific for the Vauxhall Corsa.

Extended Test  General Information about extended tests if you have had a ban.

Pass Plus Well Done you have passed. You can now consider doing Pass Plus. Most of my people will have covered the syllabus already. If it makes a dent in your insurance - I would recommend it.

The Usual Suspects. Driving Test In Paisley a memory aid to help with some of the simple mistakes/areas of confusion that have cost people their test over the years. Useful revision the night before your test.