Learning to drive in the UK? You need to check out UK Car Driving Theory Test for BlackBerry 10

By James Richardson on 7 May 2013 06:29 am EDT

If you are in the UK and are going to be learning to drive then your BlackBerry 10 device could well come in very useful for you. The UK Car Driving Theory Test application is currently available for the BlackBerry Z10 (hopefully Q10 in the future) and it looks to be a great tool to help you pass your test.

Of course, all the information you need is also online but what's better than being out and about and having all the info you need right on your BlackBerry smartphone. As you will see in the video there is a wide selection of categories which you can test yourself on and the results are nicely displayed so you can see which questions you got wrong and what the correct answer is.

In addition - there is a mock test mode where you will be given random questions from all the categories - simulating the real theory test. The application is clever enough to monitor your progress and will steer (no pun intended) you in the directions where you are weakest.

The UK Car Driving Theory Test app is priced at £4.00 which isn't cheap but if I was learning to drive this would be money well worth spending. With BlackBerry being so popular here in the UK with teenagers I suspect this one could get a ton of downloads.

More information/Download UK Car Driving Theory Test for BlackBerry 10

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Reader comments

Learning to drive in the UK? You need to check out UK Car Driving Theory Test for BlackBerry 10


Very interesting app. I think this should be a mandatory app for everyone to download, not just those learning to drive. I know here in the Toronto area, we are over populated with people who don't know how to drive, and there is a racial divide as well, but I won't get into that lol

There are certain ethnic groups that don't know how to drive in Toronto and that's all I will say about that lol

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Uh... yeah, I'd definitely leave that topic alone. Poor driving habits are universal (P.S. I grew up in Toronto).

Anyway, on topic, this looks like a nice app to have, though it ain't cheap, lol. Wouldn't be surprised if the driving agencies adopted this method of education for young/new drivers.

Posted via CB10 & loving it!

The link in the article led me to an older version I presume. It did state not available for me but when I clicked more from the developer I ended up with a newer one that I can download for like $5. But. Not bad.

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