Frequently Asked Questions - FAQs
How often should I have my driving Lessons?
Most pupils will have one Driving Lesson a week, but that's not essential.They can be tailored to whatever suits you best
Where do I book my theory test?
You can go on https://www.gov.uk/book-theory-test and search for a time, date and test centre to suit you
How many driving lessons will I need?
Every pupil is different, so the amount of driving lessons you will need before passing will vary. There is no possible way to predict a specific amount of lessons, however as a guideline, DVSA statistics say the average pupil takes 47 hours professional driving lessons, and 20 hours private lessons
What about Covid-19?
The DVSA have lifted all Covid-19 restrictions relating to driving theory and practical tests in England. Face coverings are a personal choice; we do recommend that face coverings are used during your lessons. If you develop any symptoms we urge you to rearrange any lessons or tests
What is Pass Plus?
Pass Plus is a course of driving lessons you take after you have passed your
practical test. If you pass this test some insurers will give you a discount on your insurance premium.
Do you teach people of all ages?
Driving is not just for the young so why not talk to us about our lessons to get you on the road. Our highly trained instructors are patient and here to help you pass your driving test and give you the freedom you deserve. So, why not pick up the phone and give us a call to find out how we can help you?
Do I need to pass my theory test before I book the practical test?
In order to book your practical driving test, you will need to have passed your driving theory test. However you can begin your driving lessons prior to passing your theory test
Where will I be picked up from?
The majority of our driving instructors will pick pupils up from their home. Please note that alternate addresses like work, or college can be arranged with advanced notice
Are your instructors all fully qualified?
All of our instructors are ADI (approved driving instructors) and follow the code of conduct set out on the gov.uk website
What can I do to prepare?
Know the code! The Highway Code governs how all road users should behave including pedestrians, scooter users, cyclists, horse riders, drivers, and motorcyclists. It's a criminal offence to break these rules. You will be tested on it in both the theory test and practical test. It's a good idea to study "The Official DVSA Guide to Driving - the essential skills"; it can be found online or in most bookshops