The safety and wellbeing of our pupils and our team of instructors is our absolute top priority. Off the back of the announcement by the Government yesterday, we have paused all driving lessons until further notice.
When you get a car it’s important to keep it in good condition, both for safe driving and also to save the cost of more expensive problems developing. Here’s our quick quide to things you can do yourself, without necessarily needing professional help.
When you’re putting your money, time and effort into driving lessons, it’s important to know you’re getting the best in return. Read our guide about what you should be able to expect from a good driving school.
The theory test for learners in the UK is changing in April, in an attempt by the DVSA to make it more accessible. We’ve put together this guide to let you know what is changing and if you need to do anything differently to prepare for the test.
Lots of people who learn to drive unfortunately experience some abuse or rude behaviour from other drivers on the road. At How-2-Drive, we’re calling on all road users to remember what it was like to be a learner and be kind to all pupils.
Driving lessons are not just for 17-year-olds. We’ve taught pupils of all ages over the years, and there are lots of reasons why people come to lessons later in life. We caught up with one of our former pupils, who passed her test aged 52 at the first attempt in 2017.
Making journeys safely in winter isn’t just about your car being ready; it’s also important to think about your own driving and how you react to whatever weather comes your way.