and for life - not just for your driving test".
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In the old days we used to learn driving theory from books but not any more. Now it is all CDs, DVDs and computer based learning but you still can get the theory from books.Those of you who are not computer buffs are at a disadvantage. You will need access to a PC computer to practice your hazard perception. NOTE: An Apple computer may not be able to operate the CD. Can a friend or family member help?
The Highway Code is still the best theory source.
Which books, CD's, DVD's etc?There is an infinite range of learning materials available (everybody wants your money) and the DSA leads the way. Have a look at their web site
Click to Buy Official DSA Products Here.
But Secretly...I want you to know that all you need is:
a) The Highway Code (from Geoff) £2.50. Get it and learn it!
b) A free copy of Geoff's Study Guide to use with the Highway Code.
Other Possibilities Are:Loads of other CDs and DVDs from various sources including the DSA.
Geoffs driving notes: Free!
Know Your Traffic Signs....TSO....£3.50.... (This booklet is recommended!)
Driving - the essential skills (DSA)....TSO....£12.99
The Complete Theory Test (DSA)....TSO....£11.99
SyllabusFor a full driving tuition syllabus you should refer to the DSA publication Your Driving Test (TSO), page 43 or ask Geoff Caldwell
PS: DSA stands for The Driving Standards Agency. They publish their own materials.
TSO stands for The Stationary Office. They are the government publishing house, nowadays on a private franchise and selling online and through major bookshops.
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