Experience to pass UK driving test

You need experience to pass the current UK practical car test, irrespective of how long you have held a foreign or international driving licence.

The type of experience required is to be able to deal with hazards or situations at the DSA 'safe' standard and not just the way other road users do it, be it here in the UK or your country (africa, india or USA).

If you think that by taking a 2 hour driving lesson with a qualified instructor after 10 years on a pakistani licence you will get everything sorted out, you are not being true to human nature. Habits die hard, and it takes practice consistently to drive at the standard expected by the dsa examiner, so give yourself enough time to prepare if you are really serious about passing the driving test.

Important! If you are not learning to drive with an instructor, it is important that BOTH you and the person teaching you to drive read The DSA official test guide, this book will greatly increase your chance of passing the driving test without spending too much money on lessons.

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