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Theory Test Pro puts libraries in driving seat.

9 June 2009

With one and a half million people taking the driving theory test every year, it’s little surprise that learning resources in this area are popular. However this popularity introduces a different set of problems; long reservation waiting times, study guides can quickly become out of date, expensive CD-ROMs can be lost, stolen or damaged.

Software publishers, Well Informed Limited have produced Theory Test Pro as the solution to this problem. Theory Test Pro is a highly realistic online simulation of the UK’s driving theory test. It contains the entire official test question bank, hazard perception video clips and an online version of the Highway Code. All of the service’s materials have been licensed from the Driving Standards Agency (DSA), the people who set the tests. But most importantly, because it’s an online service, it’s available to all library members, all the time.

Henry Dillon, Marketing Director of Well Informed Limited, said that he expects the service to be popular in the current economic climate.

“Over 7 million people in the UK live in a local authority that subscribes to Theory Test Pro.” said Dillon. “Theory Test Pro offers everything that you’d get from a CD-ROM with none of the hassle”

Passing the DSA’s driving theory test is a requirement for anyone wanting to learn to drive. The test will also be an important component of the new pre-driver qualification for young people aged 14 to 17. Successful completion of this qualification will provide a partial credit for the theory test, allowing learner car drivers to take an abridged test.

Libraries interested in evaluating Theory Test Pro are able to sign up for a free 30-day trial. Details are available at

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