Automatic Driving Lessons

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Automatic Driving Lessons

Learning to drive a manual car is not for everyone, especially in busy cities where shifting gears and clutch control are important aspects of everyday driving. The stop-start nature of driving in areas with a lot of traffic may cause you to have to change gears frequently. This can be aggravating at the best of times, especially if you're just getting used to driving a vehicle. It simply may be easier to live life without the clutch pedal!

Take into account that learning to drive in an automatic is somewhat simpler, and you may complete your lessons at a quicker pace, getting you on the road sooner.

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The Benefits Of

Automatic Driving Lessons

Simpler To Drive

You won't have to master or recall which gear you should be in or when you need to change. It also means you can keep both hands on the wheel, giving you greater control as you learn.

Less Stressful

Let the car do a lot of thinking and analysing – all you need to do is control the brake and the accelerator.

Fewer Lessons

Someone new to driving will typically be up to speed and test ready in fewer amount of lessons, compared to learning to drive in a manual.

Safety Benefits

It's easier to drive with both hands on the wheel than it is to drive using one. You must constantly take one hand off the steering wheel to change gear in a manual car.

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Automatic Driving Lesson Prices

Our learners (and their parents!) are always looking for value, so we offer weekday discounts and block booking packages that give you great savings. Each lesson lasts 60 minutes, and will always be in a manual vehicle unless otherwise requested.
Daytime
Evening & Weekends
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One Hour Lesson

£50

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x10 One Hour Lessons

£450

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Driving Test

£135

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One Hour Lesson

£60

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x10 One Hour Lessons

£500

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Driving Test

£165

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5 Steps To

Get Your Licence

Step 1
Get Your Provisional Licence
Head over to the official Government website and  apply for your provisional driving licence.
Step 2
Book Your Lessons

Get in touch with us to arrange your lessons and set up a schedule to suit your needs.

Step 3
Study For Your Theory Test
We'll provide you with all the training materials required for your study, free of charge.
Step 4
Pass Your Theory Test
Take on and pass the theory test to be eligible for the practical driving test.
Step 5
Pass Your Practical Driving Test
Pass your practical driving test, earn your licence and hit the road!
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Some Of Our

Frequently Asked Questions

In your first session, you'll most probably be introduced to a few of the fundamentals, such as setting your seat and mirrors correctly. You'll also learn how to use the handbrake, gears, and, of course, clutch control to secure and steer the car. Nerves are normal in the first driving lesson; don't worry!

While the fundamentals are similar for most people in their first practical driving lesson, what follows after that is bound to be different for everyone, as everyone learns at a different pace, and some students may have prior driving experience.

  • Beginner drivers will need 40 hours
  • Novice drivers will need 30 hours
  • Intermediate drivers will need 25 hours
  • Experienced learners will need 15 hours
  • Pupils who recently failed will need 10 hours

It's an exciting feeling when you receive your provisional license in the post. Unfortunately, though, it's not valid until your 17th birthday, however, you can still book driving lessons in advance. Just make sure they fall on or after your birthday so you can start driving legally! Make sure to take your license with you to your first driving lesson so your instructor can confirm your eligibility.

The government website states that you do not have to pass your theory test before taking driving lessons, but you must pass the test before taking your practical test. However, many driving instructors encourage their students to start studying for the theory test either before or while they are learning with them. This can help students familiarise themselves with road markings, signs, and the right of way, but it is not usually required. To apply for a provisional driving licence, you can do so online on the government website.

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