Automatic Driving Lessons
Fully Qualified and DVSA Approved Driving School:
In the UK, driving schools must meet specific requirements to operate legally. Driving schools must have at least one ADI (Approved Driving Instructor) registered with the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) to provide driving lessons. The driving school’s vehicles must be roadworthy, properly insured, and display the appropriate signage.
The ADIs and other employees working with children or vulnerable adults must undergo DBS checks. The driving school must provide relevant and up-to-date instructional materials to its students and be registered with Companies House or HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) as a sole trader or a limited company.
We are glad to inform you that we have qualified automatic driving instructors, and we are a DVSA-approved driving school. Over the years, we have helped countless people receive their automatic driving licenses.
Professional and Personalised Learning:
Our professional driving instructors are trained to teach safe and effective driving techniques, helping you to become a confident and competent driver. When you register yourself for driving lessons, we will designate an automatic car driving instructor to provide tailored driving lessons for meeting your specific needs and abilities, allowing you to learn at your own pace and focus on areas where you need the most help. Our driving lessons follow a structured curriculum, ensuring you cover all the skills and knowledge required to pass your driving test. Taking automatic car driving lessons increases your chances of passing your driving test on the first attempt, saving you money and time in the long run.
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Requirements for Automatic Driving License UK:
The requirements for obtaining an automatic driving license in the UK are the same as for a manual driving license. Here are the key steps and requirements:
- Apply for a Provisional Driving License: You must be at least 17 years old (or 16 if you are disabled and receive a mobility allowance) and meet the minimum eyesight requirements to apply for a provisional driving license.
- Take Driving Lessons: You must take automatic driving lessons with a qualified driving instructor to learn how to drive an automatic car.
- Pass the Theory Test: You must pass the theory test, including a multiple-choice test and a hazard perception test, before taking the practical driving test.
- Pass the Practical Driving Test: You will need to pass the practical driving test, including a test of your driving ability and ability to perform vehicle safety checks.
- Pay the Appropriate Fees: You will need to pay fees to apply for your provisional license and take a theory test and practical driving test.
- Meet Medical Requirements: If you have a medical condition or disability affecting your driving ability, you may need to inform the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) and provide medical evidence.
- Declare any Driving Convictions: You will need to declare any driving convictions or endorsements when you apply for your provisional license, which may affect your ability to obtain a license.
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Increase Your Chances of Passing the Test:
Automatic driving lessons from our qualified instructors can help you understand not just the theory but also help you pass your hazard perception test. You have to remember that the purpose of all these tests is to ensure that you are safe when you drive on the road for yourself and others. And with the guidance of our highly experienced instructors, you will increase your chances of receiving your automatic driving license.
Variety of Driving Lessons:
As a professional driving school, we offer several types of driving courses, such as:
- Standard Driving Lessons: These are one-on-one lessons with a qualified driving instructor designed to teach learners about road safety and how to pass their driving test.
- Intensive Driving Courses: These courses can be completed in a shorter time than standard driving lessons. They are designed for learners who want to pass their driving test quickly or have some deadline, such as starting a new job.
- Refresher Courses: These are courses designed for qualified drivers who want to improve their driving skills or confidence on the road. They can be tailored to the individual’s needs and cover areas such as motorway driving or driving at night.
- Advanced Driving Courses: These are courses designed for experienced drivers who want to improve their driving skills beyond the primary level. They are often taken by professional drivers or emergency services personnel and include defensive driving techniques and high-speed driving skills.