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What should you be getting from your driving lessons?

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.

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How-2-Drive calls for kindness towards learners from other drivers

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.

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What to expect on your first driving lesson

Most people approach their first driving lesson with a mixture of excitement and nerves; the first step on your journey to driving freedom. Read our guide about what you can expect and how you can prepare.

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Taking driving lessons in later life: is it for me?

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.

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Where are you most likely to pass your driving test in East Anglia?

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.

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Top 10 reasons to sign up for refresher driving lessons

We dont just teach beginners how to drive; here are 10 top reasons why people come to us for refresher lessons.

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Test pass rate success for drivers in Norfolk and Suffolk

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 […]

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