Â Driver Training offers semi intensive and intensive courses to fast track your learning experience.
These courses can be tailored to suit an individual's needs and are ideal if you are pushed for time and struggling to fit driving lessons in to a modern hectic life style.
Perhaps you work offshore. Â Why not fit in a block of lessons while you are home?Â Â Â If youÂ intend to embark on a semi intensive or intensive course we recommend that you contact us in advance to organise studying for and passing your theory test. YouÂ have to complete a theory test beforeÂ you can bookÂ the practical test.
Do you take personal pride in your driving ability?Â Â Would you like to take your skills to a higher level and receive official recognition for your efforts?
Advanced Driver Training provides a tough, but satisfying challenge for people seeking to improve their overall driving performance. Roadwise Driver Training offers top class training for company personnel and individuals in preparation for two of the UK's leading driving qualifications:
Holders of the highest police and civilian driving instruction qualifications, directors Dave Watson and Roddie Munro have the proven ability and credentials to deliver the standard of training required to those wishing to achieve an Advanced Driving qualification.Â Dave Watson is also an examiner for both IAM and RoSPA.
Having witnessed, as police officers, the tragedy caused by road traffic collisions, the Â Â team puts safety firmly in the driving seat.Â
Confidence is a key objective in learning to drive.Â Before beginning to believe in your own ability to drive safely and well, it is essential to have complete confidence in your driving instructor.
The average learner driver needs 47 hours of driving, but to be fair if all learners did 2 hours a week and dont't skip weeks that average would be closer to 40. Therefore with an intensive driving course we feel from our experience 35 hours is the average, however we are giving you 50 hours of driving before your driving test.
Once you have passed your driving test you will have post test lessons to do the things you cant do with L plates, this will test your skills, open your eyes and make you far safer.Â
Finally you are provided with a 2 year driving licence warranty, so in the event of you feeling you might want some refresher lessons they are there for you. Overall our aim is your safety.
Driving can be immense fun and we'll show you how to get the best out of your driving experience.
Our contact details are given alongside the price. This is not a cheap driving course, you can get those anywhere. Our training program is a cut above the rest and our prices do reflect that.Â Click hereÂ for all the information you need.
At Hero Driving School: Please note, before you can start your driving lessons with Hero Driving School, you must have already applied for and received your provisional UK driving licence. The provisional license is a photo card that displays your name, address, unique driver number and details the type of vehicle you are eligible to drive.Â
This must be kept, as you need to show the licence when you go for your Theory and Hazard Perception test and your Practical test. You can now apply online for a first provisional driving licence from the DVLA website. Â
You can only apply for a UK provisional driving licence online if:Â
You are a resident of the UK You meet the minimum age requirement You meet the minimum eyesight requirement You are currently not prevented from driving for any reason You have a valid UK passport or another proof of identity You can provide the addresses of where you have lived during the last three years Applying for your provisional licence online is quicker and you can pay Â£34.00 for it with MasterCard, Visa, Maestro, Electron, Delta or a Solo debit or credit card.Â
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The DSA advises students take a minimum of 45 hours worth of professional tuition combined with at least 22 hours of private practice. We understand that this is different for each student and will depend on the frequency of driving lessons and ability to learn. We will endeavour to get you up to practical driving test standard in the shortest time possible.
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Driving a manual car can be great fun, but it isn't really practical and it doesn't suit every type of learner driver, you may have faced this yourself. Some learners need to learner real quickly and want to skip out the gears and the clutch, while other learners have tried a manual and realise it is not for them.
The beauty of learning to driving with an automatic driving school in Louth is you will be doing lots of driving very quickly. Just like a learner in a manual car we will start you in a quiet area and if you are a beginner we will crack on with "pulling off and stopping". However with the automatic you will start driving more quickly as there are no gears.
You will be concentrating on just 3Â things, speeding up, slowing down, and steering. So you can see you are going to learn pretty quickly.
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