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Birmingham Driving Instructors

Birmingham has one of the largest road networks with access to a number of motorways such as the M5, M6, M42 and M1 linking Birmingham with the rest of the country. Birmingham is a large city, which incorporates a diverse variety of driving conditions, from narrow and windy country roads to large, complex traffic systems. The infamous Aston Expressway stands out in that it has up to 7 lanes with no central reservation! This is because it uses a contraflow system varying the lanes available in each direction to optimise traffic flow. No doubt a very scary experience for a novice driver, so definitely worth getting a driving lesson on it after you have passed your test, before tackling it on your own.

Getting Around Birmingham

Driving within any city centre can be a challenge, yet with the right help and support when learning to drive these can be overcome. Find Your Instructor is a West Midlands based company, which helps learner drivers through the whole learning to drive process and lists many of the top driving instructors in the region alongside simple tools to filter the ideal one for you. This website also has DVSA multiple mock theory and hazard perception tests to get you ready online.

Finding Drving Lessons In Birmingham

Find Your Instructor can allow a learner driver to pick an instructor using different criteria such as make of car, transmission, cost and the gender of their instructor.

It is important to consider where you book your practical test. The national average pass rate was 47.1% in 2018. Birmingham has the UK`s second toughest test centre, The Pavilion, which has a pass rate of just 28.6%. Compared with Shirley driving test centre which has a pass rate of 44.9%.

Information About Birmingham

Birmingham is a very large, expansive City within the West Midlands with a population of over 1.1 million. Birmingham is commonly known as the England`s second city. Birmingham has one of the largest train stations, which was modernised and re-opened by Queen Elizabeth in September 2015. The station, which is now known as Grand Central is located less than a mile away from one of UK`s largest shopping centres. The Bullring has more than 300 shops and restaurants located in it. Birmingham is also home to what maybe the best children`s hospital in the world.