Learner driver training

  • Patient & professional driving instructors
  • Pickup and drop off at location of choice
  • Free theory test training

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  • Blue Lamp and Diamond taxi tests covered
  • Tariff is £30 per hour
  • Mock tests conducted
  • Insurance maybe required

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Instructor Training

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What our past pupils say

  • "Gives you real confidence"
  • "Very professional approach"
  • "Genuine and easy to get along with"
  • "Helped me pass first time"

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Driving Licence 4

Before you drive any car on a public road you will need a driving licence.

You can apply for your licence 3 months before you are 17 so it is possible to have a driving lesson on your birthday. If you receive the higher rate of the mobility part of the Disability Living Allowance you can apply at 15 years and 9 months.

To apply you must:

  • Prove you are allowed to live in the UK.
  • Give addresses for the last 3 years.
  • Be able to meet the eyesight requirements.
  • Pay the money.
  • Have a UK passport or other valid form of ID.
  • Give your National Insurance number if known.

There are two ways of applying:

  1. At the Post Office and you will need form D1 which you get from the Post Office. It will cost £43 which you will need to pay by cheque or postal order which will cost more money.
  2. You can apply online at GOV.UK. This will only cost £34 but you will have to pay using a card. This is normally the easiest way.