- Platform: Windows 2000 / 95 / 98 / NT / Me / XP
- Media: CD-ROM
- Item Quantity: 1
The main menu is divided into four sections. From here you can either learn some Highway Code theory, take an exam, run the included bonus "Hazard Perception" CD-ROM (this is now an important part of the theory exam) or look up something in the Highway Code.
If you click on the "Learn Some Theory" option, you'll be taken straight to the learning module where there are 20 untimed multiple choice questions. You can click on the answers and plough on through, but if you get stuck there's a Hint button that will help you out, as well as a Highway Code button which will take you straight to the relevant section of the Code where you can find out more; if you get the answer wrong, click the "Why" button and the program will deliver the correct answer along with an explanation. Clicking the "Take an Exam" heading takes you straight to a 35-question, timed test which mimics the actual written exam. Taken together these sections encourage you to brush up on your overall knowledge and provide some useful practice for the test.
Under the Information menu you'll find an electronic version of the Highway Code and a whole bunch of other extras including "Show Me, Tell Me", a new part of the practical driving test that assesses your ability to keep your vehicle in a roadworthy condition. This is particularly useful if you're a mechanical duffer and covers basic maintenance such as changing a wheel (it even explains where to find the spare wheel), checking your brake fluid, bump starting, changing a fuse and so on. You'll also find a list of local test centres, driving schools--this is less useful, Wales only has two listed--and a handy Motoring Information section that includes contact details for accessory suppliers, car makers, rental companies, insurance, government agencies, motoring organisations and so on.
The addition of a "taster" CD-ROM containing 50 video clips in the style of those used in the new Hazard Perception test makes this a comprehensive aid to passing your test. --Rob Beattie
I bought this along with its Hazard Perception counterpart because I was far too daunted by the prospect of soaking up the books to learn the answers, and I'm glad I did, this... Read morePublished on 4 Sept. 2005 by GraemeH
Driving test success theory 2004/2005 i think is a must have if your wanting to pass your car theory test. i couldnt have passed without useing this software!! Read morePublished on 19 Aug. 2005
i bought this cd rom along with the hazard perception cd and honestly it was the best £12 iv ever spent, i also used a highway code book to clear up a few weak or confused points... Read morePublished on 11 Aug. 2005
I thought the CD was very good much better than the books available in stores. I passed my theory first time round. Read morePublished on 29 July 2005
I would just like to support the other comments on this page. Use this for 30 minutes everyday for two weeks and YOU WILL PASS! Simple as that. Read morePublished on 29 Jun. 2005
I only started driving lessons last week and have just tried this cd rom and loved it
I have passed the Hazard part straight away but not passed the theory yet which is no... Read more
You MUST buy this it is so essential for the theory test. Just keep taking exams on the cd rom. In the theory test proper the same questions usually come up as in the cd-rom. Read morePublished on 12 Jun. 2005 by "all_eyez_on_me2004"
I purchased this software and it was the best thing I did. It really is great value for money and I would highly reccommend that it is bought with the Hazard Perception CD too. Read morePublished on 20 Feb. 2005
You dont wanna waste ur time and money, do u? This software is the right one u'r looking for. I bought it combined with Hazard Perception software two weeks ago. Read morePublished on 10 Dec. 2004 by "chin7709"