Dave Robson Driving School prices are all competitively based and offer you various options.
When you are trying to decide on the length and type of course you would require, please bear in mind the more tuition you receive, the better driver you will become.
Tuition is given on a strictly ‘one to one’ basis and follows the officially recommended syllabus for learning to drive laid down by the Driving Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA).
It is of course vital that you are able to drive safely and independently before you sit your driving test.
Lessons can be booked online, calling or even dropping us a text on 07817752666, we will call you back within an hour.
Lesson Price Plans
Single Hourly Sessions
1 Hour training / tuition sessions from £20
Block Booked Courses – Dicounted on Application
10 hour block booked course – £180 (subject to special offers)
How Many Lessons
How many lessons do I need?
This is the single most common question that is asked to a professional driving instructor who is teaching someone how to drive a motor vehicle on the busy UK roads – please visit the link here to view our guidance chart.
Our average lesson time frame for pupils beginning to passing their test in 2014 was approximately 37 hours, 35 hours in 2013, 33 hours in 2012, 34 hours in 2011, and the previous years did follow a similar pattern. The largest factor of lesson increase is not the practical test being harder, but the traffic conditions and volume of vehicles on the road being substantially bigger.
There is no definitive answer, but there are guides, statistics and information for guidance on the subject:
According to the Driving Standards Agency (DSA), the average person / learner will require around 40 hours of professional tuition, which is combined and ran parallel with approximately 20 hours of private practice.
If a driving instructor tells you he or she can easily get you through in 20 or less hours they are being economic with the truth. The fact is that unless you have driven previously and have some experience, control and ‘savvy’ on the road your expectations will be massively exaggerated.
So be realistic and honest with yourself – safety is paramount when learning to drive ….