Online theory test tuition



Improve your chances of passing first time!

As well as passing your practical driving test, you must also prove your knowledge of driving by passing your Theory Test. To help you do that, we provide you with everything you need, including:

Official DVSA Revision Questions

With over 900 questions from the official Driving & Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) question bank, you have access to the largest number of available questions to practice with, ensuring you leave no stone unturned. Each questions comes with explanations and knowledge tips to help you improve.

Hazard Perception

Practice your hazard perception with real life, specially designed video clips from the DVSA. Learn when you should be pressing the mouse using our review videos to highlight where the hazards are. The interactive software allows you to imitate the real test, giving you the exact feel and experience, with instant scoring and progress reports.

Expert Support

With ADI Network, you are never on your own! We include access to support from genuine driving instructors, so if you get stuck or have questions, our experts are always on hand to help you out.

Getting started

Unlimited access to our online theory tuition tools for 12 months costs just £25.

Once we have received confirmation of your payment, we will set up your account and send you details on how to log in by email.

IMPORTANT: Please read the terms and conditions below to ensure you understand how this service works before processing payment.




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How does it work?


Once you have purchased access to our online theory tuition service, we will activate your account with 48 hours and send you access details by email so you can begin.





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ADI Network – Online Theory Tuition Terms & Conditions

Please read the following conditions and ensure you’re comfortable with them prior to registering for this service. If you have any questions, please email support@adi-network.co.uk.

Use of our Service

  1. Online theory test tuition is subject to a fair use policy.
  2. Upon receipt of payment via PayPal, or redemption of your voucher, we will endeavour to set up your account within 48 hours. You will receive notification by email that your account has been created, to the email address associated with your PayPal account, or the email address supplied when redeeming your voucher.
  3. Once we have created your online theory tuition account, you will be granted unlimited access for a period of 12 months. If an account is has not been used for a period of 21 consecutive days, the system shall automatically deem it as redundant and remove the account and any access to the online theory tuition.
  4. ADI Network provides this service in partnership with a third-party software service provided by Theory Test Pro. By activating your account, you agree to be bound to their terms & conditions in addition to our own. Please ensure you are happy with these terms prior to activating your account. Should you wish to request a refund in the event that you are unhappy to proceed, please contact support@adi-network.co.uk for further assistance.

Complaints

  1. Complaints should be submitted via email to the director, Mike Simpson at support@adi-network.co.uk. The director shall respond to any complaint within five working days.
  2. Failing agreement or settlement of a dispute, reference may be made to the DVSA's Registrar of Approved Driving Instructors who will consider the matter and advise accordingly.
  3. Should the Registrar not be able to settle the dispute he or she may set up a panel, with representatives from the ADI industry, to consider the matter further or advise that the matter should be referred to the courts or other statutory body to be determined.