Welcome to my website.....

Learning to drive is a very important part of growing up for young people... always has been, always will be. As soon as you get to the ripe old age of 17 it seems that the first thing you have to do is get mobile. All your pals are doing it and you want a smart car like they have.

In addition, now more than ever, a driving licence has become an almost vital requirement when applying for even the most basic of jobs. It also seems that everyone who has a car has to use it for even the shortest of trips. And no matter how much the government or green-minded associations would like to see more people using public transport, this is no real alternative to the freedom that having your own car brings.

Whatever your particular reason for wanting your driving licence one thing is for sure- the roads are busier and more dangerous now than they have ever been and you have to be up to the task of dealing with it. A lot has been said recently about the growing number of young or inexperienced drivers that are involved in ever more serious, even fatal, accidents. It seems that you can't go far without seeing a small bunch of flowers beneath a roadside tree. It doesn't have to be like that.

Following a government consultation, several initiatives have been introduced to help find ways to deal with the problem. What is certain is that getting your licence has become that little bit more difficult. Therefore, learning to drive (and HOW you learn to drive) will have to change to meet the demands.

This site is intended to compliment your lessons and provide an additional source of relevant information.

If there is anything in particular you would like to see on the site let me know and I will try to add it on.

Mick


 

  • DVSA Grade "A" Instructor
  • Very Experienced Instructor
  • Friendly, Patient Tuition- Nervous Pupils Welcome
  • High Pass Rate- High "First-Time" Pass Rate
  • Competitive Rates- Introductory & Block Booking Discounts
  • Special Student Rates
  • Full Hour Lesson- Not Just 50 Minutes
  • Pass Plus registered
  • In-Car Theory And Hazard Perception Test Help
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