Starting out learning to drive is a major step in most people’s lives and with it often comes many questions. In this section we answer many of the frequently asked questions made by learner drivers about automatic driving lessons.
Here we explain whether automatic driving lessons are more expensive when compared to manual lessons and if taking automatic driving lessons can work out cheaper.
Are driving lessons a legal requirement before booking or taking a driving test explained. We also look at whether you need a driving instructor to take to the driving test.
When starting out learning to drive automatic, most learners like to know how many lessons they’ll need before being ready to take the automatic driving test. Here we explain how many you’ll need, plus how it can vary.
Explained here is what happens on your first automatic driving lesson. We go into detail, right from meeting your instructor for the first time, through each stage of the lesson right until the end. Read this if you want to know exactly what to expect on your first automatic driving lesson.
Here we explain where driving instructors will pick you up from, do they come to your house and which other locations that the driving instructor will come to for your driving lessons.
Many learner driver wonder if they’ll be able to drive home on their first lesson. Depending on certain criteria it is possible and here we explain what might allow your instructor to let you drive home.
For those that suffer with anxiety and nerves and especially for those that have Autism, the first driving lesson can be scary. Here we explain what to expect from your instructor and help for reducing anxiety and nerves.
Almost all driving schools offer block driving lessons. In this guide, we explain what block driving lessons are and how you can benefit by taking advantage of them.
Driving lessons are expensive, but there are ways that you can get them cheaper. Here we explain with tops tips on how to save money on driving lessons.
We all want to get the most from driving lessons both in terms of value and to also make the best use of the time. Here we explain whether it’s better to have 1 or 2 hour driving lessons, plus alternatives if you find 2 hours too long.