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My standard lesson length is 90 minutes, I find this to be the most productive and long term should save you money, however I will do 1 and 2 hour lessons if required.


You will be taught using the latest technology, with video briefings on an iPad, Briefings can be emailed to pupils upon request. A free  lesson report will be filled in during every lesson, helping both you and your instructor to enhance learning. 

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Although I follow the driving standards agency (DVSA) syllabus I will tailor the lessons to your individual needs. Everybody learns at a different pace so my lessons will never be rushed or unwanted pressure put on you. If you feel there is something you need extra time spent on, please feel free to ask.


My lessons are designed to get you through to test standard as quickly as possible and to teach you an essential life skill by teaching you to drive safely.


It is recommended that beginners have 1 ½ hour driving lessons and then it may be possible to  progress to 2 hour lessons, by doing this it should cut down the overall cost of your training. This way it gives you time to learn a new part of the syllabus and then time to practise it. Every new skill will be demonstrated by using a specially designed lesson planner or video, or if required a practical demonstration. 

The car we will use is duel controlled with air conditioning for your comfort.


As a rough guide the DSA recommend you have 47 hours of training with an instructor and 20 hours of private practice to be ready to pass your test. so 67 hours in total. its not just about driving the car but experience to deal with difficult road and traffic situations,


The subjects covered in the syllabus are.

How  to get the car ready for you to drive

Hand and foot controls

Moving off and stopping

Turning from Major into Minor Roads

Emerging from minor into Major roads

Dealing with Crossroads

How to use Roundabouts

Meeting approaching traffic

pedestrian Crossings

Risk assessment.

Duel carriageways

Emergency Stop

Country lanes.

Turn in the road -

Reverse Parking

Forward parking in a car park

Parking on the right and reversing 2 car lengths.

Following sign posts.

Following a sat nav.​

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