In this image, you can see the cost of learning to drive laid out for you. The cost of lessons is based on the Jan2019 AA price for manual lessons in the Google result above that's £24ph, (a more realistic current price would be £28ph). A lot of online sources quote 47 hours of lessons and 22 hours of practice as above), but we target less from the outset with our Target 36 course supported by our comprehensive online system
We would never try to tell you it is going to be cheap to learn to drive. We don't mislead you with silly price deals with lots of terms and conditions attached
Our pricing is strategy is simple. A half-price assessment or 1st lesson at the start. No committment for further lessons required. Then a discount on block booking payments in advance of 10hrs or over. That's it, simple and easy to understand, but look at the fixed costs, licence test etc.
When you look at the initial costs, these will set you up for around 50 years of driving, thats just over £22 per year, less than a 1 hour driving lesson. Unfortunately these are up-front costs, so don't go rushing off to set-up an annual direct debit
Compare that to your 1st years insurance for your car, that will be around £150+ a month, every month, reducing in the 2nd year if your no claims bonus kicks in. You pay the money, but don't want to claim, so that money is gone, forever