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Driving Tuition

Driving Tuition

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We give driving tuition to people of all ages, not just to pass the driving test but to drive responsibly and safely for life.

Standard Lessons

First-Driving-Lesson-FreeOur lesson plans are designed to bring pupils to a test standard as soon as possible. But, of course, we’re also committed to helping you learn how to drive responsibly and safely, making you a better driver for life.

Each pupil is individually assessed and  provided with tailored personal tuition.

Driving confidence

If you are a qualified driver who has let their skills  lapse or feels their road craft knowledge is out of date  our Driving Confidence sessions  can help

Pass Plus

Pass Plus Driving CoursePass Plus is a scheme devised by the Driving Standards Agency to help new drivers develop your existing skills and learn new skills and techniques.


Drive IQ

Drive IQ

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Be a better driver. Add a BTEC in Driving Science to your driving tuition programme.

Drive iQ PRO is THE way to learn to drive.

Drive IQ Driver Training CourseThis revolutionary course merges conventional driving tuition with the world’s best software and vital post-test elements. On completion of Drive iQ PRO you also have the option to  receive an EdExcel accredited BTEC (level 2) in Driving Science to add to your CV and additional  benefits including reduced insurance.

We provide this course free to all pupils aged 17 – 19 who take a minimum of 35 hours of lessons and the required post test hours.

Fleet Driving Skills

Fleet Driving Skills

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Our fleet driving skills assessment helps companies and organisations reduce the human, financial  and legal costs of work related driving accidents. 

A road traffic accident involving one of your employees can have catastrophic consequences for your company. Could your company afford the loss of a vital member of staff, an essential vehicle out of service or the inevitable increase in insurance premiums?

Are you aware of your legal obligations?

The Health and Safety at Work Act states that you are responsible for the safety of all your employees when they are using a company vehicle for a work purpose.

Moreover, if death or injury result from any work related driving accident you may face prosecution under the Corporate Manslaughter legislation.

Drive confident

Drive confident

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Drive Confident

Would driving a car be useful to you? Have you a car or a driving licence that for some reason you lack confidence to use? Do you find driving on today’s roads stressful?

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  • Testimonials


    Having not driven for ten years, I had completely lost my confidence. I found Sandy to be patient, reassuring and extremely professional and he supported me to get driving again far more quickly than I would have ever imagined. I also liked the fact that he left it up to me to decide how many lessons I felt I needed: there was no pressure to have any more lessons than was strictly necessary, unlike with some other companies.

    I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Sandy and, in fact, I already have!

    Alison Moore : Drive confident pupil


    Sandy is an excellent instructor I passed with only 23 hours behind the wheel with no former experience. He is laid back and I felt at ease straight away, instead of being critical he really helps iron out driving problems. I have recommended him to everybody that I have heard is having driving lessons. I think he’s great!

    Simon Lawless : Student


    I had been through a couple of driving schools and had been very unhappy with their service as I felt they were just interested in the money. When I registered with Sandy he was very upfront with me and told me what to do and what not to do. He took me straight through what was needed in a friendly and very helpful way and within three months I had both passed my theory and practical test. My exact words to Sandy were “I would recommend you to all my family and friends”. And that is exactly what I intend to do.

    Gloria Wilson-Andoh