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Please try ‘Pa55.UK’
Help with passing your theory test. We can even book it for you! **
Complete ‘novice’ training.
Free local collection & drop
in the Scarborough area!
Refresher lessons on parking, overtaking, driving in
snow / ice or any other driving problems you may be having.
ECO friendly driving
(save £££’s on your fuel bills!)
1 hour lesson = £26
1½ hour lesson = £37
2 hour lesson = £48
(Book and pay in advance for 10 of any of the
above lessons and get an 11th lesson FREE!)
Use of car for test (at Scarborough) including pre test lesson = £60
Motorway lesson (approx. 3-
** Booking of theory and / or driving test = £10 (plus DVSA fee)
Prices from January 2019 -
Credit / debit cards also accepted, up to a maximum of £100, with an additional £2.00 charge
Business hours 8:30am until 4:30pm, Monday to Friday
How many lessons will you need is an impossible question for any driving instructor
to answer as everyone learns at different rates -
Calculate how many driving lessons you need:
Look at charts above & see statistically how many lesson you might need, then ADD the following if relevant:
The area you live in (more congestion = more lessons). Add 10 Lessons if you live in a City or on the outskirts of a city.
The time of day you take lessons (more congestion = more lessons). Around 3:30pm or 5pm? Add 10 lessons.
Don’t know how to ride a bike? You are missing basic hand and eye co-
Having gaps in between lessons (loss in memory and practice). Add 1 lesson for each week missed.
Nervous? Add from 10 to 30 lessons.
Had a major car accident in the past? Can add to nerves. Add 10 to 30 lessons.
Not doing “homework” (e.g. not reading the Highway Code, learning “show me / tell me” etc). Can add up to 10 lessons.
Picking up bad habits from family & friends. Can add up to 10 lessons and lower test pass rates.
Bad Road attitude / short temper. Can add up to 20 lessons.
Find it difficult to take criticism and don’t believe your instructor? This can stop you from progressing & increase lessons.
Now subtract the following:
Already had lessons? Can save you from 10 to 30 lessons. Take 1 lesson away from the estimation you made above for every 2 lessons you have had in the past.
Driven in another country? Take away 5 lessons for each year you’ve been driving consistently, but stop at 20 lessons.
Driven illegally? Take away 5 lessons for each year you’ve been driving, but stop at 20 lessons.
Taking 2 single lessons a week? Then reduce by up to 10 lessons.
Taking 3 single lessons a week? Then reduce by up to 20 lessons.
Mechanical knowledge? Take away up to 10 lessons.
Practiced with family? Take away 1 lesson for every 5 hours you have practiced.
How to save on lessons:
Get someone to show you the controls inside a car before your 1st lesson. (Saves ½ a lesson).
Get someone to show you what is under the bonnet & outside the car -
Get someone to teach you how to start & stop a car and steer it in a private empty quiet car park. (Saves ½ a lesson).
Sit in on your friends driving lessons (Saves you couple of lessons).
Get on your bike -
If you live in an area with heavy traffic have your lessons in another area, at least
at the beginning. (Can save 10-
The more lessons you have closer together, the better. (Can save 10-
Do pre 17 lessons at the age 16 on a private road (some driving schools offer this).
Start to observe other drivers from now on, however don’t forget you’ll need to notice the faults too. Become an Examiner!
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