How do I get my provisional driving licence?
You must hold a provisional driving licence before you can start driving lessons. You can get your first provisional driving licence by applying to the DVLA online or by post. Get more information about the provisional licence application process here.
When can I start taking driving lessons?
You can start learning to drive a car on public roads from the age of 17 if you hold a provisional driving licence. You can apply for your provisional licence when you are 15 years and 9 months old.
How many lessons will I need to learn to drive?
It depends on your natural skills and how much you can invest in your driving lessons. On average it takes around 50 lessons. Pupils who have been cycling or riding a moped usually learn to drive more easily.
How often should I take lessons?
How often you have your lessons is entirely up to you. The more you are able to take, the quicker you will learn.
Do you provide Theory Test Training?
Yes, we provide online theory test training, which covers multiple choice and hazard perception.
Do I need to pass the theory test before I can start lessons?
No. In fact it is a good idea to learn the theory whilst you are learning to drive. It makes the subject relevant and easier to understand and remember.
Do you offer intensive driving courses?
Yes. Courses can be arranged over 2 or 3 weeks and the driving test can be arranged at the end of the course.
I am nervous about learning to drive, how can you help me?
We have had lots of experience dealing with nervous students and we are patient and understanding. Our Instructors will help to build your confidence.
Do you provide Pass Plus courses?
Yes, we do. Pass Plus is a six-hour training course designed to improve your skills in specific areas, such as driving in town, in all weathers, on rural roads, at night, on dual carriageways and on motorways
Can you give refresher lessons for qualified drivers?
Yes, depending on your requirements and there are several choices to help you brush up your skills.