• Anthony is a fantastic driving instructor. Keeps his cool when you make mistakes and most importantly shows you how to drive safely. I always recommend him to friends and family.

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  • Anthony has been an excellent instructor very patient and understanding with a calming presence especially on the day of my test, which I passed first time.  I would highly recommend him to any type of driver whether a nervous starter or a driver seeking refresher training, as I believe they would excel under his tuition. Thanks Anthony.

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Learning to Drive Frequently Asked Questions

We get asked lost of questions about learning to drive and driving lessons. Here we have listed frequenlty asked questions about learning to drive for your convenience.

If you have a question about our driving lessons or about learning to drive please check our FAQ first,  it may have been answered before. If you cant find an answer to your question then please submit it using the form at the bottom of the page, we will try our best to help.

Preparing for Driving Lessons

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When can I start driving lessons?

In the UK you have to be 17 years old to obtain a provisional driving license for a car or motorbike. The only exception is if you have a disability allowance when you may be able to obtain a provisional license at 16. You must be in possession of a provisional driving license before you will be able to drive on a public road.
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How do I apply for a driving licence?

You can obtain a license application form D1 from any main post office or go to the provisional licence page at gov.uk and apply. You will need this license before you can learn to drive.

General Driving Questions

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How many driving lessons will I need?

The average amount of hours required to learn to drive is 65hrs. However this will be dependent on previous experience and general learning ability, as well as aptitude and confidence at the wheel. Depending on these factors your could require far fewer hours before being ready to take your test. You may also feel you would like a few more lessons to hone your skills before taking your driving test too. Each person is individual and I will only suggest you should apply to take your test when both you and I feel you're ready.

After Passing Test Questions

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Do I have to pass another test for the pass plus or motorway lessons?

You go out for at least six hours of extra tuition including motorways. At the end I send off the paperwork to the DSA and you will get your Pass Plus certificate, not to mention extra life skills for your safety.

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Driving Lessons

Driving Lessons From £30 per lesson

Taking your driving lessons on a weekly basis is the most popular way to learn to drive. You can chose the duration of your driving lesson, there is the option to choose the same day and time every week if you prefer. 1 hour driving lesson. 90 minute lessons. 2 hour driving lessons. Fully Qualified Driving Instructors in your area now. We also do 10 hour packages from £285!

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Pass Plus Course

Pass Plus Course Prices start from £195

After passing your driving test you may feel you need some extra practice in certain driving skills. This driving lesson course will help you gain extra experience and help you to learn how to drive on a motorway, drive at night, driving in the city center, gain experience in driving in certain situations which you may not have experienced previously.

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Motorway Driving Tuition

Motorway Driving Tuition Prices start from £65 per 2hrs

Often new drivers are nervous about driving on the motorways as a learner driver it is prohibited to do so. Even experienced drivers can be nervous about motorway driving for a variety of reasons. A motorway driving course will raise skills and confidence to improve your motorway driving.

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