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Congratulations to Tania Dawes from Kingstanding for passing her Automatic driving test at Birmingham kingstanding test centre
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1ST ATTEMPT AUTOMATIC DRIVING TEST PASS
Congratulations to Lisa Anne from Kingstanding for passing her Automatic driving test at Birmingham kingstanding test centre
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Congratulations to Malvern Mupondi from Perry Barr for passing his Manual driving test at Birmingham kingstanding test centre
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Congratulations to Harry Mahon from Great Barr for Passing his Manual Driving test at Birmingham kingstanding test centre
2ND ATTEMPT AUTOMATIC DRIVING TEST PASS
Congratulations to Emma Brant from Great Barr for Passing her Automatic driving test at Birmingham kingstanding test centre
1ST ATTEMPT MANUAL DRIVING TEST PASS
Congratulations to Jordan Findley from West Bromwich for passing his Manual driving test at Wednesbury test centre
1ST ATTEMPT AUTOMATIC DRIVING TEST PASS
Congratulations to Miss Wing Lam Lee from Birmingham city centre for passing her Automatic driving test at Birmingham kingstanding test centre
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How Many Driving Lessons i need 

 

The number of driving lessons you need all Varies from person to person. Everyone learns in a different way. we fit in a different shapes and situations. lots of factors affect the numbers of hours we may need, including:

According to the Driving and Vehicle Standard Agency, you’ll need 45 hours of professional driving lessons to pass your driving test.

 

Age

If you are a younger driver you’re more likely to need less lessons before you pass your driving test. Younger you are, the quicker you learn, the less driving lessons you’ll need,   

 

Frequency of lesson

In a one hour driving lesson a week you may find that by the time you’ve warmed up to speed with it your lesson is already come to an end.

You may find you get better value for money if you take two or four hours lessons a week in two-hour sessions at a time.

Everyone learns at a different way. You could choose an Intensive driving course, which is designed to help learner to pass driving test within a week or two.                          

 

Learning Style

Everyone learns in a different way. Some learns better visually and physically, where other learn more quickly with verbal instruction. What ever your learning style is, a good driving instructor will change lessons plan according to learners need.

 

Financial resources

Driving lessons don’t come cheap, so the number of hours of lessons you book is depend on how many you can afford. A great way to save money is to talk to your instructor or driving school about block bookings. Often the more hours you book in advance, the cheaper the rate will be on driving lessons.

 

 

 

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Automatic and Manual Driving Lessons in Birmingham

Aston, Boldmere, Charlemont Farm, Erdington, Great Barr, Hamstead, Handsworth, Handsworth Wood, Hateley Heath, Hockley, Kingstanding, Lozells, New Oscott, Newtown, Perry Barr, Perry Common, Short Heath, Streetly, Sutton Coldfield, Walsall.

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