Study all the latest rules and regulations from THE OFFICIAL HIGHWAY CODE, suitable for ALL road users.
You can read all the topics of the Official Highway Code at your convenience. You don’t need to carry the book with you anymore.
The Highway Code applies to England, Scotland and Wales and is essential reading for every road user. Applies to pedestrians, cyclists, motorcyclists and horse riders as well as drivers. This app contains all the latest content from The Official Highway Code, reproduced under the terms of the Open Government Licence, so you can be confident that you’re revising from the most up-to-date information available for UK road users.
Many of the rules of the Highway Code are legal requirements
Many of the rules of the Code are legal requirements and you may be fined, given points on your licence or disqualified if you don’t obey them. In serious cases you could also be sent to prison. It is most useful for those who prepare for the theory tests.
Suitable for ALL road user
LEARN - Select chapter, read and view your progress
SEARCH - If you’re looking for something in particular use the quick and easy search feature to find exactly what you’re looking for.
PROGRESS – Keep a track of your learning using the automatic built-in progress monitor.
SIGNS AND MARKINGS - Refresh your knowledge of all the latest traffic signs and road markings included in The Official Highway Code.
FAVORITES – The favorites feature is perfect for keeping track of sections that you want to pop back to at a later date.
Rules for pedestrians (1 to 35)
Rules for users of powered wheelchairs and powered mobility scooters (36 to 46)
Rules about animals (47 to 58)
Rules for cyclists (59 to 82)
Rules for motorcyclists (83 to 88)
Rules for drivers and motorcyclists (89 to 102)
General rules, techniques and advice for all drivers and riders (103 to 158)
Using the road (159 to 203)
Road users requiring extra care (204 to 225)
Driving in adverse weather conditions (226 to 237)
Waiting and parking (238 to 252)
Motorways (253 to 273)
Breakdowns and incidents (274 to 287)
Road works, level crossings and tramways (288 to 307)
Vehicle maintenance, safety and security
First aid on the road
Safety Code for new drivers
Disclaimer: The UK government is not responsible for the accuracy of the contents.
© 2016 Swift Management AG All rights reserved. The Official Highway Code. Crown Copyright. The content have been sourced from the 2014 edition of The Official Highway Code, and reproduced under the terms of the Open Government Licence.
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