FAQ


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Yes we are taking booking and have re-opened from 4th July 2020.

You can reserve a placement now by making an online payment of full amount or deposit amount of the deal you want.

We will contact you before 8pm on the same day of the order made and provide you with an appointment.


Making little changes in your daily routine habits will go a long way and 2 of the best things are whilst out and about do not touch your face with your hands and the second would be to wash your hands with soap & warm water for 20 seconds.

  1. If you are feeling unwell or have come across someone that is unwell, inform your driving instructor on the phone and do not wait for them to turn up at your door because you need to isolate yourself and your household members. https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/check-if-you-have-coronavirus-symptoms/ 
  2. Hand shaking should be avoided.
  3. If you are well and can take your lesson then, ensure to wash your hands before coming out.
  4. Wear a face mask, Face shield can become hazardous whilst driving as they may mist up however, you may want to discuss this in detail with your driving instructor.
  5. Keep windows down to allow plenty of ventilation. Wear clothes that cover your arms and legs completely and ensure wear clothes that will keep you warm.
  6. Your clothes should not consist of any animal fur.
  7. Eye contact with somebody whilst talking with them is common practise and polite however, this action should be avoided as you do not want to be face to face.
  8. Try not to share items like pens and visual aids in the car and please ensure to not bring items like mobiles or keys you do not need during the lesson however, if you are in need of them please bring a carrier bag where you can keep your belongings.
  9. Please ensure to arrive with the accurate money for the lesson, this way you will not be receiving change that has come from a third person. If possible pay for a few lessons in advance.
  10. When you go home, please make sure to wash your hands.

If you passed your driving test without needing all the package lessons, then we will charge you for the lessons you have taken and reimburse you with the remainder.

So for example, if your package deal worked out you were paying £19 per lesson and paid for 30 lessons but only needed 23 lessons, then we will charge you £19 for 23 lessons and refund you for the 7 remaining which in this scenario would be 7 x £19.

We have been trading since 2014.
We do not have a physical office where you can pop in as that is not needed and this is one of the reasons we manage to keep our prices reasonably low.
Essentially, our instructors' offices are their cars however, our business' registered address is 73 Lonsdale Street, BD3 0AL.
You can find us on the Gov.uk website via the following link:
https://finddrivinginstructor.dvsa.gov.uk/DSAFindNearestWebApp/findNearest.form?postcode=bd3+0al

Yes, indeed we do take credit/debit card payments however, if you are paying the full amount in one go as you may have a credit card which has 0% for 24 months or paying the deposit to reserve a placement we will pay the surcharge for using the card 2.5%, this is what we get charged by the provider. If you want to pay smaller amounts of money on individual lessons by card then we will pass on the surcharge.

Due to Covid-19 we are encouraging all our clients to make payment electronically and you will not be charged any card fees.
Firstly let me say that we are among very few driving schools who offer package deals with installment payments, usually you pay all money upfront.

You will be charged £23 for all lessons you have already taken and any remaining money will be refunded.

  1. You are not going into a contract meaning that you will have to take all the allocated lessons or risk losing all or some of the money. Without offending any other driving schools we consider this to be immoral and trapping someone, usually consisting of young adults.    
  2. We can give you this discount as we are aware you will be taking X amount of lessons and therefore we can better plan our business.
        
  3. Our driving instructors will provide high standards of service ensuring that you will finish the course with us.
        
  4. People move homes and many university students have had to move back in with their parents due to Covid-19 and we have no problem charging anyone @ our normal rate of £23 and refunding the remaining money.
Sorry, we only provide tuition in manual vehicles at the present moment.

In normal circumstances, we would allow a friend or family member to come along to observe however, unfortunately at the present moment with Covid-19 we are not allowing any passengers to come along.
Most teenagers can learn to drive from their 17th Birthday however, they need to be in possession of a provisional driving licence, which can be applied a few months before they reach their 17th birthday. Press the following link to find out more about how to apply for your provisional driving licence. https://www.gov.uk/apply-first-provisional-driving-licence 
To learn to drive you will need someone who is 21 years of age or over who has a full driving licence and has at least 3 years of driving experience to sit next to you.
The car is in need of being road worthy with valid M.O.T, tax and insurance to cover your learning.
The Driver and vehicle standard agency (DVSA) are the organization whom will conduct your practical driving test when you are ready to take the test.

A study they carried out in 2013 concluded an individual needs approximately 45 hours of professional training and 22 hours private, for example driving with parents/family members.
So on average, a total of approximately 67 hours of driving experience needed to become test standard.
Table below is our guidance.