Yes, some pupils find it more beneficial to do a 2 hour lesson.
No. we charge the same for those times.
Yes, I would recommend you have a few lessons prior to applying for the theory test. The practical driving experience will help make more sense and we can assist in your study for the exam.
Complete driving licence application form D1 and photo card application form D750 (available from most post offices).
You can start learning to drive at 17.
The Practical Driving Test is approx. 40 minutes and will include a “Show me, tell me” and driving during which you will have to perform 1 manoeuvre. Your instructor should have prepared you before hand by taking you on mock tests as part of your driving plan.
You can start your driving lessons before you pass your theory test, and indeed most pupils find this beneficial as they experience, in real situations, what they are studying. You cannot book a practical driving test until you have a theory pass certificate number. The theory test is in two parts. If you fail either part […]
You will need to take lessons as part of learning to drive. Giving the changes to regulations it is advisable to choose a reputable driving School like Raymond Close School of Motoring. Please look at our link to the DSA. (Driving Standards Agency) and see their guidelines so you know what to expect. However you can reduce […]
Before you start to learn to drive you need to apply for your provisional driving license. This can be done either by obtaining an application form and then taking it into the Post Office or by applying securely online at the DirectGov web site. You can apply online if you meet the following criteria: are […]