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Learn to Drive with one of our featured driving schools

It's important to learn to drive with an instructor who you will feel comfortable with. Often it's a good idea to ask your friends who they would recommend. Only instructors who display a green octagonal badge in their car are fully qualified. A red triangle is for part qualified instructors.
Steer We Go Clacton 07881 642849 Driving lessons in Colchester, Clacton and surrounding areas with fun and friendly driving instructor
Go Bumpers Southampton 08456 007167 Book two hours and first lesson is free
Motorvation Driving School UK Sutton 07736 243595 Experienced driving tuition in Sutton, Epsom and Wallington
Apple Driving School Nottingham 07960 485 027 Patient and professional driving lessons/courses in Nottingham
NSM Driving School NW London 0208 385 8880 Lessons From £20 Per hour, Manual & automatic
I Am Your Instructor Walthamstow Walthamstow 07339 914005 Our unique intense driving lessons get excellent results - pass your test in just a few weeks.
Wright Way to Learn
Leicester 07966 037179
Patient and professional driving lessons/courses in Leicester
Grand Auto South London

07807 366157

Automatic/Manual lessons South London & Bromley areas
Gr8drivers Aldershot 07521 913372

Independent Driving School in Farnborough, Aldershot, Camberley and surrounding areas

Dr1veschool Leicester 07506 132742 Driving lessons in Leicester, Melton Mowbray intensive courses and block booking discounts, male and female instructors, manual and automatic
       

Your steps to getting your full driving licence

The foirst thing that most people need to do is to get hold of a provisional licence. You don't need to wait till your 17th birthday, you can get it up to 3 months in advance. When you have got your provisional it is time to look round for a driving school. Although all instructors have to pass strict tests with the DVSA, not all instructors are the same. Factors that you might want to look at are price, whether you want a male or female intructor, Facebook and Google reviews of the driving school, recommendations from your friends.

It is worth remembering that the cheapest driving school offering the best special offers is probably not going to be the best quality driving school. If they are trying to attract you by price it may be that they are not providing the best quality driving lessons.

You may need to book your lessons in advance. Most good quality driving schools are fully booked and many operate waiting lists. So don't wait till the last moment to book your lessons.

Once you are booked in to your driving school you will need to start work on your theory test. The test consists of 50 questions with a pass mark of 43 and a hazard perception test. You need to pass both parts at the same time and you cannot book your practical test until you have passed the theory.

Don't apply for your practical test until your instructor tells you that you are ready. The UK pass rate is around 50% and it would be higher if people waited till there instructor tells them they are ready before taking the test.

When you pass your test the examiner will send off for your full driving licence for you and it will arrive with you within 20 days.

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