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Is This Site Free To Use For Students?
Yes! At this time all of our student resources and learning content is free to use.
How Do I Find An Instructor?
You can use our find your instructor search tool to find the perfect instructor for you. You can filter your search depending on a number of things such as; manual or automatic, price per lesson, female or male instructor, location of business, car model, transmission etc. This gives you ultimate control of your driving experience.
How Do I Pay For My Lessons?
Once you`ve selected your ideal instructor and booked your lesson(s). You can then pay your instructor directly.
What Do I Need Before I Can Start Learning To Drive?
You will need to be at least 17 years of age, be able to read a standard vehicle registration plate from 20.5 metres away and hold a UK provisional driving licence.
Do I Need To Pass My Theory Test Before Beginning Driving Lessons?
No, you don`t. You will however need to pass your theory test to apply and take your practical test. Many people opt to nail the theory test so they can focus on the driving practical test. Bear in mind once you pass your theory test you only have 2 years to pass your practical or you have to do your theory again!
Should I Study For My Theory Test?
Yes! You should revise for both your theory tests as you would any other exam. We provide many of the resources that you would usually pay for, for FREE on this site!
How Many Driving Lessons Do I Need?
The average learner driver will complete between 35 and 45 hours worth of driving tuition before they are ready to take their test. This all depends on your ability and consistency with your lessons.
How Can I Reduce The Cost Of Learning To Drive?
The mechanics of learning to drive is not that difficult. The most time consuming element of learning to drive is learning how to operate the car safely on public roads and have awareness of other road users, pedestrians and traffic systems. These are all things that are covered in the theoretical side to learning to drive, by spending time learning and practising the theory element of driving you can maximise the time spent during practical lessons. Thus potentially reducing the amount of driving lessons you require.
How Do I Book My Theory Test?
To book your theory test you can book your theory test either over the phone or via the DVSA website.
You will need to enter the first 16 characters of your driving license. The application takes around ten minutes. Click here to find your nearest test centre. https://www.gov.uk/find-theory-test-centre
What Type Of Car Will I Learn In?
This depends on the car your chosen instructor uses. Instructors use a wide variety of cars. If you want to learn in a specific type of car, you can search for this using our find your instructor tool.
Can I Review My Instructor?
Yes, you can leave a review of your experience. This helps other students when they are looking for an instructor and gives you a chance to voice your opinion and hopefully thank your instructor for a job well done.
What Happens If I Am Not Happy With My Chosen Driving Instructor?
If this scenario occurs we advise you speak directly with your instructor regarding any issues you have. If this is unsuccessful or you do not feel comfortable speaking with your instructor you can contact us via the email or on our contact number on our contact us page and we will try to pass your feedback to the instructor on your behalf.
How Do I Make A Complaint About My Driving Instructor?
If you would like to make a complaint please feel free to contact us via email or phone call. This information can be found on out contact us page.
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