" />

Learners License

K53 Learners License App iPhone(iOS) & Android Market

A new learners license test app has just been launched by Random House Struik available for iPhone & iPod. Soon available on Samsung Galaxy and other Android phones.

Key features of the Learners License app

  • Includes information about the computerised learner’s test given by the traffic department
  • Covers all vehicle classes: light, heavy and motorcycles
  • Review the answers you got wrong and see which answer you should have selected
  • No limit to how many times you can test yourself
  • Randomised questions so that each test is not identical to the previous test/s you did for that same topic or category

– See more at: http://k53.gavinhoole.ws/k53-learners-app/

Top 3 Tips to Pass Your Learner’s Licence the First Time

Before you can start practising driving skills, you need to study for and pass your learner’s licence test. Only 40% of people pass their learner’s licence – however, with the right preparation you will pass the learner’s licence test first time.

1. – Prepare for your Learner’s License Test

Start with understanding what the test is all about. Then, make a study plan that allows you to learn all concepts in advance of the actual test. If you have already been exposed to the rules of the road, focus on improving your relatively weaker areas. Taking a practice test will help you know where you are weak vs. strong and would therefore be an important first step.

2. – Practise

Figure out the best way you learn. All of us have different preferences for learning, however, scientifically most of us recall and learn more if we practise questions and answers. Actually, you may recall as much as 50% more if you practise questions & mock tests versus if you just cram, so get get your hands dirty and start practising.

3. – Get Real

Don’t just use your online resource or sit inside with a book – sit inside a car and orient yourself to the car controls and the road, signs and environment around you. If you are catching a ride with others, practise recalling the rules, signs and road markings while you go along so you have something real to refer back to when you take the test.

There are many online resources for the learner’s licence test, including free eBooks and practise tools that tell you how you are progressing. African Licence is one of those resources.

Once you have successfully studied your learner’s license, return to iDrive.co.za to find qualified driving school instructors that can help you pass your driver’s license test.

Online Learners License Tests

There are many websites that have been developed to assist you in completing your Department of Transport Learners Licence test successfully. The websites who offer online leaners license test do not facilitate the real test andonly offer “Practice” test questions and answers.

All the necessary materials which you would require in order to complete and pass the test successfully are included included here. The various testing systems found here offer 1000′s of learners licensee test questions and answers which provide you with comprehensive coverage of the test syllabus.

SA Learners.co.za

SA Learners is South Africa’s first Learners Licence website assisting you in completing your Department of Transport Learners Licence tes. Over 90% of SA Learners members pass their learners test the first time! This is attributed to the high standards of test material which they provide. You need to be comfortable with the content before booking the real test.

Free Online Learners Test

TrafficSigns.co.za is a free service that allows you to study and practice for the real learners license test. Learns about the rules of the road, vehicle controls, traffic signs and when you are read register and take the mock learners license test for free.

Learner’s License eBooks

Learners License eBook

The K53 Manual eBook

If you prefer to study for your learner’s license using with an eBook. The following books are available to purchase:

Learners License Age Restrictions

  • Code A1 Motorcycles: 16 years (< 125cc).
  • Code B (08) Light motor vehicles with/without trailer: 17 years.
  • Code C1 – EC (10 – 14) Heavy motor vehicles with/without trailer: 18years.