It's all very well looking at lots of multiple choice questions, but do you really know your triangular signs from your round ones? Or your stopping distances in the wet and dry?
If you're ready for your theory test you should be able to answer most of these questions.
If you do get stuck you can click the question to reveal the answers:
Hope you did ok. Use the contact form if you want to ask questions or suggest new questions. Thanks for looking!
Watch this useful guide to the hazard perception test:
Hazard perception information is at around 2 minutes 35 seconds in.
If you've lost the certificate, don't panic! You can find the number here:
You'll need to know your driving licence number and date of birth.
At the moment, candidates can take the theory test in one of 19 foreign language voiceovers, and use interpreters on theory tests and practical tests. This will stop from 7 April 2014. Patrick McLoughlin, Secretary of State for Transport, said:
"We want to make sure that all drivers have the right skills to use our roads safely and responsibly. One area where we can help ensure this is by requiring all test candidates to take the test in English or Welsh, the national languages. This will help to ensure that all new drivers will be able to understand traffic updates or emergency information when they pass their test. It will also help us to reduce the risk of fraud by stopping interpreters from indicating the correct answers to theory test questions."