• We will structure your training to suit you. One size never fits all!
  • Intensive, Semi-intensive or weekly driving lessons to suit your needs.
  • Training materials will be handed out after each subject is covered. This will enable you to revise and help you when taking part in private practice with friends and family.
  • Full one or two hour lesson to ensure you get maximum value.
  • Flexible pick up and drop off points.
  • Discount on block bookings.

Your Provisional Licence:

By law, you must be 17 years or older (If you are disabled and receiving mobility allowance, the minimum age is 16) before you are entitled to drive a car on a public road.  You may apply for your provisional licence up to 3 months before your 17th  birthday, but you must not drive until the day of your birthday, and only after you have received your driving licence.

The cost of a provisional licence is currently £45.00.

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How many driving lessons do I need to pass my test?

The Driving Standards Agency (DSA) has stated it may take between 40 to 45 hours of professional tuition and 22 hours of private practice to bring your driving up to test standard.  However, this varies from learner to learner as everyone is different and individuals learn new skills at different speeds.  All pupils need time to learn properly in order to pass the driving test first time.  Your instructor will constantly re-structure your training to make it as easy and fun for you to get your driving up to test standard.  After a few lessons your instructor will be able to advise you on how many lessons you may require.

The Theory Test:

The theory test consists of 2 parts, the first is 50 multiple choice questions and the second is 14 hazard perception clips. I will advise and assist you to prepare for your test, Theory Test Pro  is free to all my customers.

The cost of a theory test is currently £23

The Practical Test:

The driving test last approximately 35 to 40 minutes. It starts with an eyesight test and two questions on vehicle safety. This is followed by a road drive in which you need to demonstrate that you can drive competently and safely on different types of road and in different driving conditions. The test will include an uphill start, an angle start, one of the three manoeuvres that your instructor will have taught you and a ten minute independent drive. It may include an emergency stop. You will be continually assessed by the driving examiner during the test.

The cost of a driving test is currently £62.00 Monday to Friday and £75.00 for a Saturday.

Independant Driving:

Is an integral part of the test using "Sat Nav" or

During your test you will be asked to drive independently by following:

  • traffic signs
  • a series of directions
  • a combination of both

It doesn't matter if you don't remember every direction, or if you go the wrong way.

Independent driving isn't a test of your navigation skills.

Driving independently means that you will have to make your own decisions.

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