The path to obtaining a UK driving license begins with applying for your provisional driving license. You can apply online here or you can find the application form at your local post office. Once you have completed the application form and sent it away your brand new provisional driving license should arrive within three weeks. Once you receive your license you can then legally learn to drive a car. At this point you can call us to arrange your initial driving lessons. You can choose to learn to drive intensively over a 7-10 day period or you can do one lesson per week and learn at a more traditional pace. Whatever you choose we can make it happen.
Now that you have decided on a driving school and perhaps arranged your first driving lesson, it is a good idea to begin studying The Highway Code and general driving theory. This will complement your practical driving lessons and will be a good starting point on your way to sitting the Driving Theory Test. You must pass the theory test before you apply to sit the practical driving test. We advise doing this as soon as possible. There are various publications and online programs to help you to study for this test.
After passing the theory test you can then attempt the practical driving test. The practical driving test has evolved throughout the years as the Driving Standards Agency try to improve the standards of newly qualified drivers and thereby reduce the number of accidents caused by inexperienced drivers. The practical driving test can be a nerve racking experience, however, our teaching system will prepare you to pass and will increase your confidence as you aim for the day of your test.