Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some questions that we get asked frequently. We hope you find them helpful. If you don’t find what you are looking for then please don’t hesitate to contact us. You can e-mail your questions 24 seven we aim to answers all questions within 24 hours.


Most frequent questions and answers

No, it’s probably best to do both at the same time.

Check out our page manual or automatic

The amount of lessons you will need will depend on the list below:

If you have driven before.
If you do manual or automatic.
On your ability.
Your age.

On average most people will need between 40 to 60 hours experience on the road, this can be made up of professional lessons and practice with a good driver.

We belive that it is not best to rush learning to drive, it is a life skill that you should take a little time to learn. Intensive courses work best for people with some experience before, they can also be helpful for people who find it hard to retain the information they are given.

There are many different aids to help you pass the theory test from books to apps. We belive its best to study in a few different ways and to revise little and often.

Our pass rate is almost double the national average. Which means you are almost twice as likely to pass 1st time with us.

We think its best to have 2 lessons a week, this means you will be having a lesson every 3 or 4 days this gives you time to reflect on what you have learnt without it being to long to forget.