The theory test for learner car drivers is changing very soon.
From 14 April, instead of reading a case study and answering five questions related to that, learners will watch a video clip and answer three multiple choice questions on it.
RAC spokesman Simon Williams said, “This is a very positive change and should make the driving theory test accessible to many more people as watching case study videos is far more reflective of real-world driving than having to read them and then answer questions.
“We know from RAC research that being able to drive is an important milestone in people’s lives as it allows them to get around more easily. This is particularly true for those who live in more rural locations.”
Eventually the change will be rolled out to two-wheeler, CV and bus learners.