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Welcome to DrivingTest PodTutor ™ Learning the UK Highway Code, in preparation for your driving theory test, using the traditional text book approach, is a huge task for all learner drivers. With over 20,000 words, 307 individual rules, Traffic Signs, Road Markings, Signals, and much more to learn. Plus an official DSA bank of theory test questions. It is no wonder half of us fail our driving theory test the first time, and even experienced drivers fail to recall elements of the Highway Code correctly. PodTutor puts ● the complete illustrated Highway Code, onto your iPod. Along with ● Official DSA Theory Test Questions and Answers, and ● Official DSA simulated Hazard Perception Video Clips Using video, illustrated audio tracks and text. DrivingTest PodTutor is designed to make learning the complete Highway Code, and preparing for your theory test, a more manageable task for all learner drivers. PodTutor can be downloaded as a Podcast through iTunes, and the complete resource can then be stored on iPods, from the smallest iPod Nano, upwards. Subscribers to the service are also provided with access to the DrivingTest website on, which includes a further online database of the official DSA test questions. Allowing you to attempt short theory tests on all the topics which will be assessed in your actual driving theory test. Learner Drivers and their instructors can also review a detailed breakdown of their performance in any tests they take, helping to identify areas which require further attention prior to taking your actual Driving Theory Test. If you do not own an iPod you can still use the service, as the entire resource can be accessed on your computer, using iTunes. PodTutor study guides are produced by - a leading provider of online learning resources in the UK, and an approved content provider for Subscribers to PodTutor are also given access to the online learning environment, which contains further study and revision resources, plus a fully searchable database referencing official DSA test questions, and Answers. All DrivingTest PodTutor content is based on official Driving Standards Agency content. ● DrivingTest PodTutor To start using PodTutor simply subscribe to Individual subscription to DrivingTest PodTutor ™, cost just £9.99 for 6 months access, and includes access to all the resources of DrivingTest area on examstutor, including an online database of official DSA Driving Theory Test questions, and DSA simulated Hazard Perception Video Clips. You can also subscribe to the following subjects : ● Physics PodTutor ● Biology PodTutor ● Chemistry PodTutor ● Business PodTutor ● History PodTutor ● Psychology PodTutor ● English Literatrue PodTutor Student subscription to a single academic subject cost just £19.99 for the entire year, and includes access to all the resources of examstutor in your chosen subject as well as PodTutor, plus you can add further subjects for just £9 each. To subscribe online visit today. ...with more subjects on the way, PodTutor and Examstutor ™ aim to help students perform at their best in exams and tests. © 2008 Crown Copyright material has been reproduced in DrivingTest PodTutor by permission of the Driving Standards Agency which does not accept any responsibility for the accuracy of the reproduction.

Customer Reviews

Annoying text-to-speech

It may be the entire highway code and theory test converted into an audio podcast, but if the free introduction is anything to go by, the text-to-speech application used will make this one of the most annoying ways to learn UK driving theory.

Very Poor

Each episode is a minute of text-to-speech directing you to the website where you can sign up for a subscription. I am unsure what this subscription gives you as the audio is very difficult to follow - would not pay to find out that what I'm actually getting is more of this.

Sadly I would recommend you don't bother.

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Better than counting sheep.

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