Here's how Sheffield learner drivers can get free help to pass their theory test
Want to ace your theory test once restrictions are lifted? Can’t wait to get ready for your driving or full motorcycle test after months of lockdown?
South Yorkshire Safer Roads Partnership (SYSRP) can help you to pass your theory test with flying colours, thanks to a new collaboration with the award-winning Driving Test Success (DTS).
The partnership has funded a limited number of places on the DTS online learning platform which will give you three months’ free access to mock theory tests (for drivers or riders) as well as interactive hazard perception videos and the latest Highway Code.
Joanne Wehrle, manager of SYSRP, said: “We are delighted to have teamed up with DTS to provide this fantastic offer to learner drivers and riders preparing for their full bike licence.
“With tests expected to restart in April, now is the perfect time to brush up on your knowledge to help you to pass first time.
“As well as helping with your theory, the online learning will help prepare you to get back behind the wheel or get your riding brain back in gear after months of restrictions due to Covid-19.”
The offer, which is open to anyone who lives, studies, works or travels in South Yorkshire, is part of an SYSRP ongoing campaign to improve the knowledge of all road users in the county.
It will provide structured help to improve understanding of the Highway Code, with unlimited mock theory tests as well as more than 700 interactive hazard perception videos, all based on authentic test questions.
Joanne said: “The aim is to help people improve their road knowledge, rather than seeing both tests as something to ‘scrape through’.
“This will help people to become a better and safer road user now, and for years to come.”
To request your free code, visit sysrp.co.uk/Driving-success
All you need to do is apply with a few simple details to confirm your eligibility. Places are limited.
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