A full, standard 1 hour lesson ideal for a taster lesson, to see how you would like the vehicle
Although many learner drivers like the convenience and simplicity of taking one hour lessons, (this is perhaps the most popular), we offer many alternatives to fit in with your busy working or student lifestyles and can offer a cheaper means of taking lessons by block booking lessons and receiving discount through advance payments, or just simply doubling up from 1 to 2 hour lessons can also encourage a discount. Lessons can also be cheaper by purchasing more than one lesson within a Monday to Saturday week.
Another increasingly popular way of learning is the "buddy course" where £30-00 is paid for the car per hour, however you may bring along two friends and take 3 hours,three friends pay 10 per hour but all three learn together and learn from one another, it`s a really fun way to learn and makes the lessons very interactive throughout.
Please select the lesson below that best suits you.
All items below are available for purchase, if you are a customer already taking lessons and would like the items brought to your next lesson then you can pay for the items on delivery, if you would like to buy online then you will be directed to paypal on checkout.
Learn with 2 of your friends. Between you, you pay £30-00 per hour, thats just £10 pound each, then take it in turns within a three hour lesson to sit behind the steering wheel, this is great fun learning and getting to know about driving with each other.
We offer a thorough and comprehensive course for those who wish to pass in a hurry. These courses are varied and tailored to the individual, to enable us to offer you the best service and price please complete the form below with your details and we will contact you As soon as possible.
All the books and DVD`s below are recommended by this driving school.
Having a solid understanding of the traffic signs you'll encounter while driving is crucial. Know Your Traffic Signs is an official government book published by the Department for Transport and will tell you all you need to know.
Driving – the essential skills is packed with useful information, tips and techniques on how you can become a better all-round driver. An official Driving Standards Agency publication, its clear writing and full illustrations make it a must-have resource
The Official Highway Code should be owned, read and digested by every road user in England, Scotland and Wales. It contains all of the rules, regulations and advice intended to make our roads safer – ignorance is no excuse when it comes to breaking the rules.