Do you want to learn how to drive? Then you'll need a good driving instructor in Chatteris who has a track record of achieving a high first-time pass rate.
Whether you're a complete novice learning to drive for the first time or a more experienced learner looking to up your skills and confidence, GGO Driving School can help.
As an independent school operating in Chatteris, we provide high-quality training with lessons tailored to suit the individual pupil so you can be taught at the best place to suit you.
With expert tutoring from GGO, you can expect to:
Get in touch with us to arrange your lessons and set up a schedule to suit your needs.
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.
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.