The law against using mobile phones while driving was updated in March 2017. Ignorance is no defence in the eyes of the law so read this article to make sure you’re up to date.
What’s the difference between a PDI & an ADI driving instructor? Learn more about how recent changes to the Part 3 driving instructor test might affect learner drivers too.
Even if you’re an experienced driver, the winter can make driving difficult and dangerous. Read our winter driving tips to make sure you’re prepared for all the hazards the cold weather can bring. Preparing Your Car Freezing temperatures, rain, and snow can all take their toll on your car. That’s why absolutely essential to make sure your vehicle is ready…
The DVSA announced that the new driving test changes will come into force on the 4th December 2017. Find out what you need to do to start preparing today.
As a learner driver it’s important to carefully consider whether you should take driving lessons in an automatic car. Let us help you make the right choice.
On Monday 2nd October, the old part 3 Pre-Set Test (PST) format, which has been in place for over 20 years, will be replaced by the new ADI part 3 test. Learn more about the changes and how they will affect you.
If you’re short of time or strapped for cash, you might be tempted to take an intensive driving course instead of regular weekly driving lessons. But will an intensive course give you the experience you need to become a safe driver? And will the teaching style suit you? Read on to find out more about intensive driving courses.
In the UK the average learner takes 47 hours worth of driving lessons according to the DVSA — that’s at least 23 two-hour lessons. The good news is, many of our students pass their tests in less time than average. Read our top five tips to see how we do it.
Regular driving practice with a friend or family member will complement your driving lessons & help you pass your test more quickly — but read our top tips before you go out on the open road!