Our methods are versatile and our driving instructors are fully qualified to make learning to drive easier for every individual.
Every individual is different and so their learning skills are.
If your friend passed their test after 50 lessons that does not mean you will need to do the same and on the other hand if your friend passed just after 10 lessons that doesn't mean you can do that either.
It is pretty hard to say exactly how many lessons you would need.
As per assessment done by Driving Standards Agency & Department For Transport in 2008, learners had a mean of 67 hours total driving experience which include 47 hours of professional driving instruction with a driving instructor & 20 hours of private practice, before they pass the test.
The practical driving test is designed to see if you:
Can drive safely in different road and traffic conditions
Know the Highway Code and can show this through your driving ability
As long as you show the standard required, you’ll pass your driving test.
There’s no minimum number of lessons you must have or hours you must practise driving before you take your test.
There are no pass or fail quotas.
Making a decision before you start taking driving lessons whether in Huntingdon or any other part of Cambridgeshire or the UK, is not only based on price of driving lessons or intensive driving course, You must consider cost of provisional licence, cost of theory & practical test and once you passed your test, buying a car and insurance.
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