Cheap or Value For Money?
In the current economic climate it’s very
tempting to go with the absolute cheapest option. However
remember there’s a difference between cheap and “value for
money”. There’s a lot of very good professional driving
instructors out there but there are also ones who show little
real commitment to their students and even less in terms of good
quality teaching skills and knowledge. The process may take you
twice as long!
* 1 Hour Lesson - £28
* 90 Minute Lesson - £40
* Block bookings 10 hours and over will incur a £1 reduction per lesson (based on the hourly rate of £28) i.e 10 hours at £28 = £280 less £10 = £270
How many - how long?
There is no set number of lessons you must have before sitting your practical
test. However, those who pass their driving test have had, on average, about 45 hours of professional training, combined with about 20 hours of private practice.
who combine professional instruction with private practice are
also more successful on the test.
This information is a recommendation from the DVSA:
Your learning and progress will be increased
if you can have 1 and a half hour lessons.
It can reduce the overall amount of lessons
you require since you’ll have more time to absorb the
instruction and put it into practice and spend less time on
recapping the last lesson!
Intense courses are also available - see our homepage for details.
Printed handouts are included in the above prices to help
support lesson plans and student learning.
Gift vouchers can be purchased on request.
Lessons are also available to full license
holders who may wish to improve their driving skills or regain
their confidence due to illness or not having driven for an
extended period. Also motorway and parking lessons may be