frequently asked questions
Here are some questions we are asked a lot…
Standard Weekly Lessons
How much are your lessons?
Our rates are competitive and reflect the high standard of tuition you can expect. See our Prices and Offers here.
With us, you will receive high-quality driving lessons, Free Theory and Hazard Perception Training and much more.
I can get cheaper lessons elsewhere - why should I go with you?
Our rates are reflective of the high quality of instruction you will receive. Generally speaking, Driving Schools that are busy will have rates on the upper end of the scale because they have a waiting list and do not need to be ‘cheap’.
They are busy because they offer a high-quality service, have good pass rates and as such get lots of recommendations and work.
Some cheaper schools offer low cost lessons so that they can attract as many pupils as they can. They need the work because they have no or little recommendations – the question is – why not?
With Our Driving School you will get good quality driving instruction with FREE Theory and Hazard perception Training thrown in.
What are the requirements before I can have a driving lesson?
OK, to start driving lessons you need the following;
- be at least 17 years of age
- have a provisional driving licence – this is issued from the DVLA (Click here for link) – or get a form from the post office.
- Ensure you can read a number plate from 20.5 metres (67 feet or 5 car lengths)
How long do Driving Lessons Last?
Most of our instructors deliver driving lessons in TWO HOUR sessions. You will learn up to THREE TIMES more in a two-hour lesson than in a single one hour lesson – at the end of the day, you will need fewer lessons.
How Many Lessons Should I have a Week?
We recommend between 2 hours and 4 hours a week. This way you will progress quickly and pass faster. You will learn more and within less time. This is always the best strategy.