Theory Test for Android, 70% off, 79p @ Google Play

Theory Test for Android, 70% off, 79p @ Google PlayGet this Theory Test deal @ Google Play

I aced my theory test: 35/35, baby. True story. If you’re in the unenviable position of learning to drive for the first time, you might fancy this Theory Test app at 79p (70% off for a limited time).

Theory Test has over 970 questions from the official DSA Theory Test question bank. Questions are organised by topics, and there’s a mock test mode.

Requires Android 1.6 or above.

(Thanks to kkh786 at HUKD)

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matt101101 / MOD  Jul. 13, 2012 at 12:56

If you’re in the unenviable position of learning to drive for the first time
You know people who learned twice :p?

lcurdie / MOD  Jul. 13, 2012 at 13:00

Shut it :p

For serious, I know some people who passed, like, 14 years ago, and have never driven since. As such, they'd have to learn for a second time. Or something.

Pondlife  Jul. 13, 2012 at 13:25

Some who've had their license taken away might have to..

Mind you that would be even more unenviable..

matt101101 / MOD  Jul. 13, 2012 at 13:27

Seems they wasted their time/money first time 'round, Lewis. You know some odd people :p.

matt101101 / MOD  Jul. 13, 2012 at 13:29

Some who've had their license taken away might have to..
Do they deserve a second chance? Me thinks not...though I'll try and refrain from turning this into a rant.

Pondlife  Jul. 13, 2012 at 13:33

Some who've moved from abroad might need to pass here if their license isn't transferable..

Again no more enviable though.

matt101101 / MOD  Jul. 13, 2012 at 13:37

Some who've moved from abroad might need to pass here if their license isn't transferable..

Again no more enviable though.

That counts as passing for the first time, in my eyes. Have you seen how they drive abroad? It's a push to actually call it "driving", more being in a car whilst it moves. I've never been to a country with roads as civilised as the UK (apart from maybe Germany).

Andy247  Jul. 13, 2012 at 18:26

Some who've moved from abroad might need to pass here if their license isn't transferable..

Again no more enviable though.

That counts as passing for the first time, in my eyes. Have you seen how they drive abroad? It's a push to actually call it "driving", more being in a car whilst it moves. I've never been to a country with roads as civilised as the UK (apart from maybe Germany).


Canada has great drivers and great roads, they also have the eminently sensible rule that if you're at a red light at a crossroads, and there's nothing going across you, from left to right, you can turn out onto the right (would be the left here) rather than have to wait for the light to change. Vive le Canadiens!

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