The theory test for learners in the UK is changing in September 2020. 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.
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.
The DVSA has released the latest statistics on passes for the theory and practical tests. Find out how learners at your nearest test centre in Norfolk or Suffolk fared.
We asked the DVSA to tell us the top 10 faults that were made in driving tests in Norfolk and Suffolk last year, so we could write this guide to help you avoid making them.
Learner drivers in Norfolk and Suffolk have continued to better the national average when it comes to passing their driving test. Read on to find out which county has the best pass rate!
Our instructors give their top tips to help you deal with your nerves on the big day and pass your driving test with flying colours. Read on and get prepared to pass today!
We often have learner drivers come to us after they have already had lessons with another driving school or instructor, and haven’t wanted to continue with them. Over the years our instructors have heard lots of stories from pupils about the frustrating and sometimes upsetting experiences they’ve had, including one who was told on their first lesson, “You’re the reason […]
Learner drivers in Norfolk and Suffolk are outperforming the national average when taking their theory and practical tests. The latest data from the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency, covering April to December 2018, shows male learners continued to dominate the practical test. However, both male and female candidates in Norfolk and Suffolk beat the average for Great Britain. 54.1% of […]
The motorway rules for learner drivers is set to change. In 2018, the UK government will revise the law. This will allow drivers under instruction to use motorways for the first time ever. Read on to find out more about these changes and what they mean for you.
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.