Here are some of the Frequently Asked Questions relating to automatic driving lessons and learning to drive in Wakefield, West Yorkshire.
For most people driving in automatic car is easier and a quicker process too. It’s because you don’t have to learn the skills of how or when to change gears or clutch control. In addition, automatic don’t stall, so there’s less chance of holding up traffic behind when moving off.
There are a range of driving course that we give which are very competitive. See more information regarding lesson prices.
You’ll need to be at least 17 years old normally to drive on the public roads. If you’re registered as disabled you maybe able to start driving an 16 years old. We have beginners driving lessons which are ideal if you’ve just turned 17 years an want to get started.
On seeing your automatic driving instructor for the first time, you should bring your provisional driving licence. If you need glasses or contact lenses for driving you should bring these too.
Yes, you’ll have a chance to drive an automatic car on your first lesson. We give quality automatic driving lesson here in Wakefield. Find out more about automatic car lessons.
Automatic driving lessons from us are 1.5 hours or 2 hours long. We offer longer lessons if requested or you could choose an automatic intensive driving course if you are wanting to pass quickly.
You can make payments easily for automatic lessons with cash, or bank transfer to your driving instructor. For more details contact us.
The simply answer is that everyone is different. The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) who conduct the driving test recommends an average of around 45 hours of lessons with a professional instructor with private practice in addition. Of course, there are many factors which can affect how long, or how many hours you’ll need. See our range of different lessons right for you.
You can start your lessons before you pass your theory test. Your instructor can give you help with this an show you how your theory relates to practical driving. You can learn about the driving theory test here.