Very Important Notice
Not all driving instructors are the same, there can be some very different ways of teaching you to drive, some will work and some not so much. You will find that all driving instructors do things in their own way and this can vary even among our own team.
The great thing about our driving school is we are more than one instructor; we are more than happy if you wish to change your instructor to another member of our team. It's impossible to get on with everyone you meet in life, sometimes you might not gel with someone but don't worry as we will always be here to help.
Please remember to take a look at our customer reviews and you can also see social proof of our driving test passes on our Blog, Youtube channel, Pintrest and Instagram accounts.
We currently have 8 local driving instructors covering Shaftesbury and the nearby area and all come highly recommended and have had plenty of driving test passes under their belt.
Can I drive home on my first driving lesson?
You might not be surprised but we get asked this question a lot and it totally depends on your progress on that lesson and of course where you live, no two pupils are the same and no two pupils will ever learn in the same way or at the same speed. Our No1 priority is your safety so we will assess how the lesson goes and if we think it is safe enough and you are capable then yes it is possible that you might drive home at the end of your first driving lesson.
How many hours will I need to pass your driving test?
Again, the above applies. Your progress and the number of hours you will need to reach the driving test standard will be uniquely your own but seeing as the nearest driving test centre is at least 37 minutes away we would expect the average person to take around 30-40 hours to reach the driving test standard but of course this can be more or less.