Passing Your Test
It is my job to prepare you for your test in a time that suits your learning ability and everyone learns at a different rate. I will not present you for a practical test until we both feel that you are as prepared and confident as possible.
Driving Standards Agency research shows that to pass a driving test, the current hourly tuition average is 45 hours, with an additional 22 hours private practice. I should be able to give you an idea of how long you are likely to need after your first lesson. To maximise your learning time and to make your driving time as economical as possible, I recommend booking at least one two-hour lesson a week.
All my driving lessons are conducted on a 'One to One' basis, and can start and finish at a convenient time and location for you. I will put you at ease from the start, as most people do have some nerves prior to their first driving lesson.
As a newly qualified driver you’re more likely to have an accident in the first two years after passing your test than at any other time in your driving career. A Pass Plus driving course will help you build on your newly acquired driving skills, and help you gain confidence and experience. Some insurers will offer you discounted car insurance if you have successfully completed a Pass Plus course. It is a modular course and there is no driving test at the end. Modules include: