Learner Driver Training
To learn to drive you must:
- Want to do it
- Be able to do it both in terms of time and money
- Be legal and fit to drive
The first thing you must do is apply for your Provisional Driving Licence. Next you need to find a driving instructor and choosing to right one is very important. Check out our blog: How to choose a driving instructor.
At Driving-Pro we understand that not everyone will find it easy. Your privacy will be respected and all our instructors adhere to the DVSA Code of Conduct. We also have a handy guide for those who have a disability and want to drive.
Once you’ve chosen your driving instructor, you’ll need to get your lessons underway. These lessons should follow some kind of Learning to Drive syllabus.
To do your lessons you will need:
- To be legal and fit to drive
- Your driving licence
- Comfortable clothes and shoes
- Glasses if needed
- Money for the lesson
To get your full licence you will have to pass three tests. The first two are taken together and make up the Theory Test. This consists of a multiple-choice question paper and a hazard perception test. Once you have passed this you will have two years to pass your Practical Driving Test.
To pass your practical test you must drive safely and with some confidence. The confidence is made up of skill, judgement and experience. We want and need to know that you will be safe on the road.
For driving lessons in Portsmouth, Southsea and the surrounding areas with calm, patient and expert driving instructors, contact us on 023 9275 2525 or use our online contact form.