Driving Lesson FAQs
Yes, you can! We now have automatic instructors for the following locations:
- Norwich — our instructor Andrew Hazlewood offers driving tuition in his automatic Renault Clio. Andrew covers Norwich and the surrounding areas up to a 10-mile radius from the city centre.
- Great Yarmouth — Keith Smith offers automatic driving lessons in Yarmouth and Gorleston. His brand new Vauxhall Astra even has heated seats!
Yes! We are happy to announce that we are now able to offer intensive driving lessons in and around the Norwich area.
If you are a beginner we can teach you to drive to a high standard in around 30 hours. By this point you’ll be ready to pass your test.
If you already have some driving and road experience we’ll aim to do it even quicker than that!
This is easily one of the most common questions we get asked at How-2-Drive.
We know you want to learn how to drive in as few lessons as possible. We understand that you don’t want to feel rushed.
But at the same time, you also don’t want your tuition to drag on for longer than necessary.
Clearly-Structured Driving Lessons
At How-2-Drive we deliver well-structured lessons that have clear objectives. After all, learning to drive is not cheap and we want you to get good value for your money.
According to the DVSA, it takes an average of 47 hours to pass the practical driving test. And that’s for learners who are sensible enough to study with an Approved Driving Instructor. On top of this, the DVSA says an additional 20 hours of private driving practice is also required.
How Many Driving Lessons Can We Save You?
But who wants to be average? By benefitting from our specially-designed Driver Training System our pupils take 17 hours less than the DVSA average!
Our tried-and-tested system can reduce the time it will take you to learn to drive. We consistently bring our pupils up to pass standard within 30 to 40 hours.
That’s up to 17 hours less than the average learner driver — saving you time and money!
You will be given your own Learning to Drive Handbook when you start taking driving lessons with us. Your instructor will use it to record your progress after each lesson. This will give you a record of how well you are doing and what you need to learn or practice next.
You will also be encouraged to keep a reflective log. You can use this to review your own learning so that you can discuss your objectives with your driving instructor at the start of each lesson.
We’re delighted to offer discounts to our learner drivers.
For starters, you’ll get your first hour free when you book your first two-hour lesson. Then if you decide you’re happy taking lessons with us we’ll knock £2 off our normal hourly rate when you buy a block of 10 hours in one go.
Book your first driving lesson now to get started.
Yes of course, provided its within our local area and you make your instructor aware before the lesson.
Read Our Pupil Reviews
I would 100% recommend How-2-Drive for any learner drivers in Norwich. Thanks to my driving instructor Jon I went from a nervous beginner driver to passing my test first time in just 5 months! I couldn’t have asked for a better learning experience.
I just passed my driving test first time — thanks so much to Jamie at How-2-Drive, he made my lessons fun, would highly recommend going with these guys.
After having lessons with another school I decided to try How-2-Drive as my best friend was with them. She was right, they are much better and today I passed my test, at last!
My instructor was the best.
I passed my test first time with How-2-Drive! I really enjoyed my lessons, everything was clearly explained and I received the right amount of help.
I passed back in November and keep forgetting to review. I was sitting in my car today when I realised how thankful I was for all the help Jamie at How-2-Drive gave me. I was so uncomfortable behind the wheel and terrified of everything that I would be stuck at a roundabout for what felt like the entire two-hour lesson!
Now, here I am, driving around Norwich, actually managing to find and pull out into a gap at a junction. Who’d of thought it? Thank you, Jamie, for being brave enough to sit next to me and for giving me the confidence I needed to drive around all by myself.