The Official Highway Code - Department for Transport Reviews
Description:ISBN 0115528148 / Genre: Politics / Society / Philosophy / Author: Department for Transport, Driving Standards Agency / Edition: New Ed / ... more
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by - written on 04/11/09 (Very useful, 71 readings)
The official highway code is the only official copy of the highway code endorsed by the Department of Transport and the DSA (Driving Standards Agency) and is a must read for learner and new drivers as well as those wishing to brush up on their rules of the road. The book itself is quite small so you can carry it around with you to read when you have some spare time, all the information is also set out quite clearly so you can find an article quickly if you need to refer to it. The sections themselves are also well set out to give you specific information surrounding pedestrians, cyclist, motorcyclists and car drivers. The code itself is set out in ... Read the complete review
by ruby_xo - written on 07/02/11
I have the latest and most updated version of this book and I believe that it is a must have for all learner drivers. I am learning to drive myself and everything I need to learn for my theory test can be found inside this book. It was recommended to me by driving instructors and other people I know that have already passed their driving tests. Everyone I have spoken to about driving has advised me to read as much of this book as I can. They all say that the more I read of this book the more likely it is that I will pass my test, both my theory test and it will also hopefully help towards me passing my practical driving test as well. It is essential for all drivers, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/09, updated on 12/10/09 (Very useful, 26 readings)
Published in conjunction with the Department of Transport, and the DSA (Driving Standards Agency) the Highway Code is a vital little book that tells you everything you need to know to both drive safely and legally n Britains roads and to pass your Theory test. The book is roughly A5-sized with exacly a hundred pages, and displays information in a clear and straightforward manner, descibing exactly how you should operate in any given situation, eg at traffic lights and junctions, on motorways, during adverse weather conditions and so on, with clear and seperate rules given for cyclists, motorcyclists, and car drivers. The information is given in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/02/10, updated on 02/02/10 (Very useful, 161 readings)
Essential Information. Poor Execution. It's very difficult reviewing The Official Highway Code - because it's essentially the only book out there which contains all the information required for wannabe drivers (for the most part). It's essentially law that a driver reads this - which makes me feel weirdly anarchic for wanting to dissuade people from reading it prior to taking a test! So far on DooYoo there are 2 reviews for The Official Highway Code, both giving it 5 stars. Sure, it does the job and it has ALMOST everything you'll need to know inside - but its formatting and structure is what makes me dislike it. Unlike a 'Driving Test ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/12 (Very useful, 54 readings)
I think the title says it all. Having reached the age in the last few years where driving has effectively become a needed essential for everyday life, learning to drive was something that I myself needed to do, just to be able to complete the bare basics of life. I have a job that I must commute to twice a day, 6 days a week. Upon taking up the first steps of learning to drive, I was recommended to purchase either the Highway Code or one of the 'Theory Test Dvds' that have become readily available during the 21st century. The book itself was very accessable, not only in terms of purchase but in its very cheap price of £2.50. I purchased mine from the local ... Read the complete review