You will need to obtain a D2 and D4 form, you can get these from either the Post Office, the DVLA or we can provide you with a starter pack which contains an application form (D2) and the medical form (D4).
The next step is getting a medical examination. Your own GP can conduct the required medical examination and will complete the D4 form on your behalf. We recommend a local medical in Brigg that charges just £50 for the full PCV medical.
Apply for your provisional entitlement by completing the D2 and D4 forms and then return them to the DVLA.
You then need to pass your theory & hazard perception test in order to be eligible for your practical test. You can book your theory & hazard perception test via the DSA website. We do have training materials to help with your revision.
A DSA driving test is then arranged to take place at the end of your practical training. You will receive 2 hours of Practical tuition before the test commences. The examiner will send your driving licence to DSA when the test has been successfully completed. It will then take 2-3 weeks to arrive back to you.