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Electric car driving lessons now available in Norwich!

How-2-Drive is the first driving school in Norwich to offer electric car driving lessons. Read on to find out how to become one of our first EV pupils!

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Latest: Covid-19 driving lesson update

Following the Government's announcement on the 5th April that the four step plan is currently on track, we will be offering driving lessons again from 12th April 2021.

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How-2-Drive sponsors newly formed ladies’ football team

We are proud to be backing the Mulbarton Belles, as they embark on their first season as a new team.

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How-2-Drive’s Christmas gift guide

Finding the perfect Christmas present is hard! We've got some ideas for gifts that will help the learner or experienced driver in your life to enjoy 2020.

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How-2-Drive’s 10th anniversary: celebrating a decade at the wheel

To mark a decade of How-2-Drive helping people learn to drive and become instructors, our founder Howard Floyd told us all about the last 10 years and his predictions for the future.

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Government plans restrictions for new drivers: what does it mean for me?

As the Government outlines plans to place restrictions on new drivers, we look at what the impact on our learners and successful candidates could be. Read on to find out whether you might be affected.

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DVLA and Autistic Spectrum Condition policy change: our response

Drivers with Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC), a condition which affects people in different ways, were left angry and confused after the DVLA changed the wording of a policy on its website. It stated that anyone with ASC had to declare their condition to the DVLA or risk a £1,000 fine and prosecution if they were involved in an accident. There […]