What drives plate motion?
Plate tectonics is the name given to the forces that drive plate motion. Scientists don't know what causes the natural phenomenon of plate tectonics.
Describe the three types of plate motion and the faults that are characteristic of each type of motion?
Originally conceived as "continental drift," the theory of plate tectonics explains the motion of Earth's landmasses. However, there is still much debate as to what drives this motion. Explanations include upper mantle convection currents, forces due to gravity, and the effect of the Earth's rotation.
Not sure entirely what you are asking but... It isn't entirely known what drives plate tectonics, but some contributing factors are slab pull at subduction zones, and ridge slide at divergant plate boundaries. There is also suggestion that convection currents in the mantle might act to aid this motion. All this would act to pull apart/reform the Pangaea