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Frequently Asked Questions

Choosing the right driving tuition/instructor is essential to your learning experience as well as the course’s effectiveness. Our instructors are highly experienced and professional in teaching all aspects of driving and theory.

Driving Lessons/Courses

Hourly £29.50 per hour

Block Booking Discount £28.00 per hour (£280.00)

Weekend Rate (Saturday & Sunday) £32.00 per hour

Pass Plus Course Price £230.00

Refresher £30.00 Per Hour or Block Booking £27.00

Advanced £28.50 Per Hour or Block Booking £27.00

Instructor Training £35.00 Per Hour

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Intensive Driving Courses/Lessons

10 Hours £280.00

20 Hours £560.00

30 Hours £825.00

40 Hours £1095.00

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Unfortunately we do not offer automatic driving lessons/tuition.
We accept payment by cash and bank transfer as payment for your lessons/training. If paying via the bank transfer, payment is required 24 hours prior to your lesson. Please contact our office on 01603 897648 who will be able to provide the relevant bank details.
We are able to offer driving instructor training from our highly graded fleet instructor. Our charges are £35.00 per hour.
Yes, we are able to provide Gift Vouchers between £10 and £300 which make a perfect gift for birthdays and Christmas. Vouchers will be sent out via recorded postage. Please contact us on 01603 897648 for more information.
The examiner will ask you one 'tell me' question at the start of the driving test before you start driving, where you'd have to explain how you'd carry out a safety task.

You'll also be asked one 'show me' question where you'd actually have to show them how you'd carry out a safety task while you're driving. The show me question could be asked at any time during your driving test including the independent driving part. If you're unsure how to do it when driving on the test then the examiner will ask you to pull up on the left when it's safe and convenient and ask you you to find the control.

It's a good idea to get familiar with where the controls are and how to use them before you try it when driving.

For further informatoin on the "Car 'show me, tell me' vehicle safety questions" please vist the DVSA website;

Show me, Tell me Questions