Learning to drive is a very useful skill, it can help job prospects, and give you more freedom, no longer having to rely on buses, taxis, or lifts from friends.
Driving Test Success, and Safety mean that it is important to learn properly, with a Structured Course from a Professional Driving Instructor.
Department for Transport (DfT) research indicates that successful driving test candidates have had an average of 45 hours of professional driving tuition and 22 hours of practice with family or friends.
These are averages, some people will need more hours, and some fewer, the important thing is not to aim for the fewest hours possible, but to ensure that you have had enough tuition and practice, so that you can be confident both of success in the driving test, and even more importantly that you have the skills and ability to keep safe on the roads after passing your driving test.
The number of hours tuition you will actually require will depend on:-
Your previous experience
Your current ability
The rate at which you learn
Your level of motivation
How soon you take a Driving Test will depend on:-
The number of hours of tuition required
Your availability for Lessons
Sutton Coldfield Driving School can offer you three options of how you structure your Driving Course