ADI Driving Instructor Theory Test Preparation

The current fee to take the ADI Driver Instructor test is £83.00 (from 1st October 2014) which covers the cost of the Hazard test.

The test is made up of 100 questions, split into four categories:

road procedure 
traffic signs and signals, car control, pedestrians and mechanical knowledge 
driving test, disabilities, and the law 
publications and instructional techniques

The overall pass mark for the multiple choice part of the test is 85 per cent - ie 85 out of 100 questions answered correctly. However, you must reach a minimum mark of 80 per cent - 20 correct questions out of 25 - in each of the four categories.

For the hazard perception test of 14 clips, the pass mark is 57 out of a possible 75.

Download EVERY question and answer from the latest OFFICIAL DVSA Theory Test revision question bank for ADIs direct to your PC and start revising within minutes. 

 

ADI Driving Instructor test preparation

Recent Learner Driver News

1. Independent driving

The current 10 minutes of independent driving will be increased to 20 minutes using a satnav OR traffic signs. The examiner will decide if road signs or sat nav will be used for this part of the test.

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2. Using a satnav

You might have spotted that in the previous news - the satnav is being introduced to the driving test. The equipment will be provided and set by the examiner and all will use a standardised TomTom Start 52 model. Four in five people doing their driving test will be asked...

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3. Manoeuvre changes

Currently, you’ll be asked to demonstrate one of four manoeuvres on your driving test. From December 4 2017, the ‘reverse around a corner’ and ‘turn-in-the-road’ manoeuvre will no longer be tested - although the DVSA say you should still be...

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4. ‘Show me, tell me’

The ‘show me’ and ‘tell me’ questions about car safety will change slightly. You’ll still be asked the ‘tell me’ question at the start of the test but the ‘show me’ question will be asked during the test - for example,...

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