Please feel free to contact us if you have further queries.

Do I have to pay extra for weekend lessons?

No, You do not have to pay extra for the weekend lessons. We are very flexible with our driving lessons, and can provide evening and weekend lessons if required at the same price.

You can pay as you learn for each driving lesson. Please pay at the beginning of your lesson unless you have paid for block booking driving lessons.

Block Booking Driving Lessons

Block booking your driving lessons will help you to pre-book the dates and times to best suit your diary The advantage of this is that it allows you to plan and budget for your training in advance. It also offers you considerable cost savings, as we will always discount block bookings.
You can ‘book blocks’ of driving lessons in 05,10, 15, 20, 25 or 30 hours. Our experience shows that learners who take block bookings are more likely to succeed due to the commitment and are much less likely to stop learning. Progress with confidence and give yourself the assurance that you are receiving value for money.We have driving instructors available to book you in for your block booking course at short notice.
You will be taught on a one to one basis in fully dual controlled and insured cars. All of our driving instructors are approved and CRB checked by the Driver and vehicle standard agency (DVSA).

You will be picked up and dropped off at the destinations of your choice and always receive the full hours tuition that you have paid for.

Let our driving instructor’s help you drive towards a full driving licence.
How to save Be sure you get the best tuition available with a fully qualified instructor. You could learn more quickly, which will help to bring the cost down. Manual Transmission ( manual gear box )

How do we know that the instructor is a qualified one?

The green badge in the windscreen of your instructor’s car assures you that your instructor is a fully qualified expert.The green DVSA (Driving Vehicle Standard Agency) badge in their windscreen proves that they’ve completed on average about 12- 18 months of training, and passed an exam testing their ability to teach you to drive.

Note: Some trainee driving instructors are given a trainee licence so they can get experience before their qualifying test. They must display a pink badge on the windscreen. If your driving instructor is not displaying either a green or pink badge in their car’s windscreen, ask them to show it to you. If they cannot show you their badge, you should report this to DVSA.

How many hours of driving would you need?

There is no clear cut answer for this and it is not possible for an instructor to answer this question.How many driving lessons for test varies, as every individual is different and learns at their own pace.It clearly depends on one’s aptitude as every person is different.Some take as little as about 20 hours, some take well over 50 or 60 hours believe it or not! Whatever the reason may be, Our instructors will be honest with you.

It doesn’t matter how many lessons you do. It is how YOU show the examiner that you are safe behind the wheel, you know about the rules of the road, how you show him/her how to get out of trouble, safely and with regard to other road users.