Wood End Affordable Driving Lessons

Book your driving lessons and learn to drive with local Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) approved and registered driving instructors

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You are in safe hands learning to drive with one of our fully qualified driving instructors who has years of experience.

Automatic or Manual

Our driving instructors can teach you how to drive both manual or automatic cars. You have the freedom to choose.

Discount For Block Booking

Block booking your driving lessons will save you money. You'll get a discount price which allows you to learn how to drive for less.

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You can book your first driving lessons in Wood End today, if you’re ready to take the wheel and learn how to drive.

High quality driving lessons in Wood End are offered by our experienced driving instructors for drivers of all abilities and levels. It doesn’t matter if it is your first driving lesson, you are returning after a break or if you have been qualified for a while but want to refresh your skills, our instructors will make you feel comfortable and confident.

Our local driving instructors provide driving lessons in Wood End and throughout the West Yorkshire area, which includes Windhill, Wrose, Shipley, Charlestown, Church Hill.

Call 07872 568913 or simply fill out the “Request A Callback” form and one of our driving instructors will contact you to answer your questions.

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Call our team today or simply fill out the “Request A Quote” form and one of our team will contact you to answer your questions and book you a free quotation.

Our driving instructors in Wood End are waiting for your call and are ready to answer any questions you may have about your first driving lesson

manual driving lessons Wood End student passed their driving testDriving is a valuable skill. It can lead to independence and freedom. You might want to learn how to drive, whether you commute to work, pick up your kids from school, or simply because you want to make getting from A to B more easy. Our professional and friendly driving instructors are here to help you. Your first lesson will include an introduction chat with your instructor to get to know you and your driving history. No need to worry if you’ve never taken driving lessons before as the majority of our customers do not have any prior driving experience. They will then check that your provisional license is valid, check your eyesight and go over the basics of the car that you will be learning in. No one knows Wood End more than a local driving instructor. Your driving lesson will be held in quiet surroundings away from any traffic so that you can slowly improve your confidence with driving. First, you will learn how to use the pedals, steering, clutch control, moving away and stopping. As you gain driving proficiency, you’ll be faced with new challenges. Your instructor will plan each lesson carefully so that you have the opportunity to drive through many junctions, roundabouts, pedestrian crossings in an easy-to-remember setting. It is crucial that you learn to drive safely right from the start as bad habits can be difficult to break. Our driving instructors have the expertise to teach you everything you need to pass your driving test and be safe on the roads. You will benefit from their extensive knowledge and experience in driving and become a safe, confident driver. Your driving instructor will create a written record of how you are driving. Your progress record will include all the topics that you must master in order to drive safely throughout your driving career. These techniques include parallel parking, turning in the road (3 point turn), reverse around corners and emergency stops. It will give you an overview of where you are at and the amount you still have to learn.
intensive driving course first time passYou can take intensive driving lessons if you’re really in hurry to pass the driving test and get your licence. We offer great intensive driving courses in Wood End and have many instructors who are highly qualified and knowledgeable to give you the crash courses and expertise that will help you pass your driving test quickly. Whether you are just starting lessons or looking to improve your driving skills, an intensive driving course is a great option. Intensive lessons are available in a variety of lengths, from a two-hour daily lesson to consecutive days with back-to-back lessons. Our instructors can be as flexible as you require.

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Although intensive driving courses in Wood End can be demanding, the reward can be worthwhile if it is a fast way to pass your driving test that you are looking for. They are the fastest and most affordable way to pass your driving test. Because intensive driving courses are usually spread over several days or a couple of weeks, rather than being spread out over several months, your driving lessons tend to be longer than the standard hourly lessons, anywhere from 2hrs to 6 hrs. A 2-day intensive driving course will give you 10 hours of driving training. People with no driving experience can take longer intensive courses to make sure that you get enough tuition. The DSA recommends all driving students to take at minimum 40 hours of professional driving tuition, before they sit the driving exam. Another option is to book weekly driving lessons. This route is fine. However, it can take 4 to 6 months to pass your driving test if your weekly lesson lasts for a total of 2 hours. A 1-hour lesson per week will take 8 to 12 months. As the lessons are so spread out there’s a good chance that you will spend much of your lesson time repeating the lessons from the week before.

Our driving instructors in Wood End are waiting for your call and are ready to answer any questions you may have about your first driving lesson

Wood End automatic driving lessons another student passed their testThe process of learning how to drive an automatic car isn’t always easier, it all depends upon what difficulties you are experiencing. You won’t notice a difference if you struggling with a common problem such as observation. Driving in an automatic is a good option if your problems with clutch control or gear changing. There is much less to consider when learning to drive in a city with lots of congestion. You will need to constantly change your gear because of the stop-start nature involved in driving in densely populated areas. This can be an issue for experienced drivers as well as those who are learning to drive a manual vehicle. An automatic car makes it easier when doing your driving test as you do not have the risk of stalling the car and any struggles you have with clutch control. A learner will have a lot less difficulty with driving manoeuvres, such as turning in the road or starting from a hill due to no gears or clutch control required. If you have trouble managing the gears in a manual vehicle, you might find that learning to drive an automatic car is easier. This could mean you take fewer lessons to pass your test and receive your driving license.

Are There Downsides to Driving an Automatic Car?

As we have already mentioned, automatic cars are generally more expensive to buy, run and maintain. Automatic driving lessons can often be more expensive that manual driving lessons because of this. One downside to learning how to drive in an automatic car is that it does not allow you to drive a manual car. Your licence will allow both if you pass your manual driving test. Passing your driving test in an automatic vehicle may restrict your choices when it comes to renting or buying a car or van in the future. Also, if later you decide you would prefer to drive manual cars, then you’ll need to take another driving test. The pass rates for automatic cars are typically lower than those for manual cars. This shouldn’t discourage you, however, as many learners pass their driving test with automatic cars each year.

Do you want a new challenge and the freedom to be your boss? Then becoming a Wood End driving instructor might just be exactly what you are looking for.

Wood End driving instructor training Wood End student passesThere is an enormous backlog of people looking to learn how to drive, so now is the best time to become a driving instructor. There is no need to have any prior driving instructor experience. You only need to be at least 21 and have had a driving licence for a minimum of 3 years, not had more than five penalty points in the last four years, and want to work in a job that allows you to have control of your life and earn a better living.

Before becoming a driving instructor, you should read through the official DVSA guidelines. The average time it takes to become a qualified driving instructor is 12 months. Your training will take a minimum of 6 months to complete, that’s if you get everything passed the first time, but that is highly unlikely.

To become an approved driving instructor, you must pass the all of the three DVSA’s tests. The tests are challenging so that the people who pass can be fully prepared to teach others how to drive. You must be committed and willing to work hard in order to become a certified driving instructor. You can pass the test with the right attitude, determination, and drive. Then, you can begin your career as driving instructor.

Our driving instructors in Wood End are waiting for your call and are ready to answer any questions you may have about your first driving lesson

Other Driving Lessons We Provide

Our driving instructors in Wood End are waiting for your call and are ready to answer any questions you may have about your first driving lesson

Driving Lessons FAQs

What number of driving lessons do I need to pass my driving exam?

The number of driving lessons necessary to pass your driving test will vary from person to person. Research has shown that the majority learner drivers will require between 40-50 hours of driving tuition in order to pass their driving test.

If I get any wrong answers, will I fail my driving examination?

Your practical driving test will not be failed if one or more questions are incorrect. However, you'll get 1 minor driving fault if there are any wrong answers. You will fail the practical driving test if there are 16 or more minor driving faults or one serious or one dangerous fault.

If I failed my driving test. How long until I can apply to do it again?

If you fail the practical driving test, you will have to wait at least 2 weeks before you can take it again.

Can I drive once I pass the driving test?

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How many lessons does it take to learn to drive?

There is no set amount of hours or lessons legally required when you're learning to drive. However, on average, a learner driver needs 20 hours of practice and approximately 45 hours of driving lessons to successfully pass their test. The truth is that everyone is different.

How many driving lessons should you do a week?

Frequency of lessons is really important. The more often you're behind the wheel the better. Between 2 and 4 hours of private lessons per week is recommended. You're also likely to progress more quickly if you have two-hour lessons each time.

What should I do the morning before my driving test?

The morning of the driving test Shake off your pre-test nerves and make mistakes so you don't repeat them during the test. It's a good idea to turn up about 15 minutes before the test is due to begin. This way, you'll have time to let them know who you are, grab a glass of water, go to the bathroom.

How fast can you pass your driving test UK?

The DVLA says that the average time to pass the driving test for people who pass the first time is around 40 hours of lessons with a driving instructor, supplemented by 20 hours of supervised practice with family or friends. In the case of most learners, this takes around four to five months.

Is automatic a full licence?

You are only allowed to drive automatic cars, and not manuals. However, if you hold a manual licence, then you can also drive automatics. Therefore, the latter is a full licence.

Are automatic cars more expensive to insure?

Because automatic cars are usually more expensive to buy, the car insurance premiums tend to be higher. This is to cover the cost of any damage, or the cost of a replacement vehicle. For example, an automatic gearbox is more complex than a manual one and so would usually cost more to replace.

Do I need to use handbrake on automatic car?

Always apply the parking brake when you are stationary in an automatic car. In P or N, the car will not drive, but the parking brake will keep it still. However, if in any other gear, the car will drive off under power if you touch the accelerator pedal, purposefully or by accident unless you have the brakes on.

Can you shift from drive to neutral without breaking?

Though it will not harm your transmission to shift into Neutral while your vehicle is in motion, the additional wear on your brakes by leaving the transmission in Drive will be negligible over the life of the brake pads. I

Our driving instructors in Wood End are waiting for your call and are ready to answer any questions you may have about your first driving lesson