Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to have a professional Instructor?
At present the answer is no. However, Driving Instructors are highly qualified and it's unlikely that you will pass without professional help from an Instructor.

Do all Instructors teach the same things?
All Instructors teach a basic syllabus that needs to be covered. However, Instructors do have considerable freedom to teach people in the way that they find works the best. Be assured however, that Instructors are regularly check-tested by the DVSA to ensure that their Instruction is up to scratch.

How much do lessons cost?
Lessons can cost from £20 if pre-paid in blocks or up to £26 for a full hourís lesson.
Our price of £25 for an hour at any time, and is in fact very good value when you consider the Instructor's overheads.
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What types of car will I be driving?
The brand new BMW 1 Series. Our cars are never more than 6 months old.

Can I have more than one lesson a week?
Yes, We will fit you in for as many lessons as you require.

Can I start driving before I've taken my theory test?
Yes, having lessons will actually help you with your theory test.

Do you work weekends?
Yes. Sundays, all day. But I don't teach on Saturday.

Do you charge more for weekends and evenings?
No. Just a set price for whenever you book your lesson.

Are there any other pupils in the car?
Definitely not. We do not pick up or drop off other pupils in your lesson time.

Can I have intensive driving tuition?
Yes, but we do need a little time to arrange a course of intensive lessons.

Can I do more than a one hour driving lesson?
Yes, most pupils find it more beneficial to do a 2 hour lesson.

Can I be picked up and dropped off in a different place?
Yes, within reason. But remember we're not a mini cab service!!!

Are your driving instructors friendly and patient?
Yes, it is one of the most important qualities in a driving instructors. We are all lovely. :)

Do the instructors smoke in the tuition cars?
No. Smoking in a work vehicle is not only unpleasant, but now against the law! However, you can stop in a safe place and get out for a quick smoke if you wish to.

Do you offer the 'Pass Plus' course?
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