Booking your driving test

DON'T BOOK IT YET !

Getting your full driving licence is an exciting and life changing experience. It gives you the freedom to drive where you want, when you want and what you want. You’re almost there… There’s only one thing that stands between you and the open road – the practical driving test. Read on for a run-through of everything you need to know before you book your driving test

To help you to pass your driving test the first time, we have several recommendations before you book your practical driving test, including the test process, what to expect and loads of driving test tips that you need to know before your test, so on test day come, you get that first time pass and gain you full driving licence

BEFORE YOU BOOK YOUR DRIVING TEST

The driving test is probably one of the most difficult tasks on your road to independence and there’s no method of preparation that guarantees you’ll pass it first time, However, there are ways you can prepare that will improve your chances of being successful at the very first attempt. Here are some helpful tips to improve your chances of success

Driving lessons with a good instructor and plenty of practice
The best way to learn to drive safely and with confidence is to have professional tuition backed up by private practice. Driving lessons with an experienced Approved Driving Instructor and plenty of practice between lessons with a relative or friend should prepare you for your practical test. Make the most of it. Gaining experience is one of the key ingredients of driving. With experience comes confidence. Spend as much time as you can behind the wheel and don’t rush into taking the test until you’re ready. If you take it too soon, you’re more than likely to waste your time and money

It’s important to remember that if you’re practising with your friends or family in their car, you need to make sure you’re covered on their car insurance policy, or you could get itemised learner cover from one of the specialist insurance companies

Just as all learners are different, there are a wide variety of driving instructors

The most important thing is that you get along and feel your training is progressing

Ask plenty of questions,  join in and develop your training rather than have it forced on you in a way you neither like or understand AND ABOVE ALL, MAKE SURE YOU KNOW YOUR LOCAL AREA

We normally recommend and assessment lesson/ It works both ways. We can see what you're like, you can see what you're getting

Click the button below for more details