Here are our top rated driving school websites with details of the services that they provide:
Drive Confident is based in Portsmouth and offers both manual and automatic driving lessons. If you are not sure which is best for you then they are happy to give you there expert impartial advice. You can also choose whether you want a male or female driving instructor for your lessons. Drive Confident have an excellent reputation throughout the Portsmouth area for driving lessons with friendly patient driving instructors.
Aim Driving School
Aim Driving School based in Chiswick west London offers driving lessons in Chiswick with a patient and friendly driving instructor. Ali is a Grade A driving instructor which is the highest grade that you can achieve. He offers driving lessons in both manual and automatic cars and has an excellent pass rate.
Beeps Driving School
If you are looking for driving lessons in Wakefield, Pontefract or all areas in between then you should contact Beeps Driving School. This Wakefield driving school offers introductory and block booking discounts, has a high driving test pass rate and offers intensive driving courses in Wakefield. If you need help with the theory test then that is available and of course Beeps Driving School boasts an above average pass rate for the driving test.
Bedford Driving School
You only need to look at the Facebook page reviews for this driving school to see that they are very popular and successful offering Bedford driving lessons and Kempston and local areas. Their website offers lots of useful resources such as DVSA videos about the driving test and they do a great vale introductory offer of 4 lessons for £75.
Chevron Driving Schools
Based in Surrey, Chevron offers driving lessons with driving schools throughout the UK
It is important when learning to drive to get the very best tuition from a fully qualified professional driving instructor. While it can be helpful to get extra driving practice with a family member, there is no substitute for the knowledge and experience that a driving instructor will bring you.
Driving tuition and appropriate techniques have changed over the years and so it could be that your family member is teaching you things that are out of date or just plain wrong. It is also possible to pick up bad habits when driving with a family member eg driving too fast, failing to check mirrors, inadequate observation and these may all contribute to you failing your driving test. So take out advice – use a professional driving instructor for your driving lessons.