Complete form D2 and then arrange a medical, this can be done by your own GP (most GP’s charge for this service but it is worth checking) or by a firm specialising in drivers’ medical exams. The doctor will complete and sign form D4 which you then send back to the DVLA to apply for the provisional D category to be added to your licence.
Once you have the provisional D category on your licence, you need to book your theory testBook your theory test - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk). You will need to complete part 1a (multiple-choice) and part 1b (hazard perception).
Only once you have passed your theory, you can able to book your practical driving tests. The test is split into 2 parts, off-road and on-road. Off-road examines your manoeuvring skills (takes approx. 30 minutes), the on-road test examines your practical driving ability (takes approx. 1 hour). You must pass your off-road test before you can take your on-road test and you have up to 6 months to complete your on-road.
Off-Road Training, Test and 1-hour On-Road Assessment – Red One book and pay for your off-road test on your behalf. We provide 4 hours of off-road training and your test will take place on the same day. Both your training and test takes place within the grounds of Westpoint, EX5 1DJ. Complete our 1-hour assessment. The point of the assessment is to ascertain the amount of practical training required for your on-road test.
On-Road Training and Test- You will be responsible for the booking and payment of your on-road test via this link - Book your driving test - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk). We prefer to train you as close as possible to your actual test date, this is to greater your chance of a successful pass. Please speak to us about training availability PRIOR to booking your on-road test. On the day of your test, we will provide a final hour of instruction before accompanying you to the test centre located in Marsh Barton.