Prices

/Prices
Prices2018-12-13T13:04:04+00:00
  • Excellent first time pass rate for our students!

  • We use fully qualified ADI’s right up to Grade A (the very best)

  • First 2 driving lessons just £15 each manual or £17 each automatic (a saving of £30) (this price is only available to absolute beginners with no previous driving experience.)
    Please see T&Cs for details

Learner Drivers

Manual Automatic
Standard 1 Hour Lesson Price £30 £32
First 2 lessons £15 each
(save £30)
£17 each
(save £30)

Block Booking Discounts

Manual Automatic
10 hours £290 (£29 per hour) £310 (£31 per hour)
20 hours £560 (£28 per hour) £600 (£30 per hour)
30 hours £810 (£27 per hour) £870 (£29 per hour)

The more you buy the more you save!

Mock Practical Tests

Manual & Automatic
Duration approx 1 hour including debrief £30

Use of Instructor’s car for the Practical Test

Manual Automatic
Car for Practical Test £75 £80

This includes a 1 hour ‘warm up’ lesson prior to the test itself. Another hour may be charged if the test centre used is not local to the usual training area resulting in two hours being exceeded.

Test fees apply at the time of booking your driving test and are payable directly to the DVSA. For current test fees, click here.

Pass Plus

Manual & Automatic
6 Hour Course £187

Pass Plus

Completion of the driving tuition for each module is subject to reaching the required standard to the satisfaction of your driving instructor and may exceed six hours in total. Any additional hours will be charged at our normal rate of £30 for a manual car and £32 for an automatic vehicle.

Motorway, Refresher Lessons & Taxi Training

Manual & Automatic
Motorway, Refresher Lessons & Taxi Training £32

Taxi Driver Training Course

6 hours
Taxi Driver Training Course £180

Advanced Driver Training

1 hours
Advanced Driver Training £32

Advanced Driver Day

1 Day
Advanced Driving Day – Full Day £275 or £375
Advanced Driving Day – Half Day £160 or £210

Please Note – The day is based on the publication Road Craft so it would be useful although not essential if you had some prior knowledge of this book which can be purchased at any good book stores or from HM Stationary.

Driving Instructor Training - ADI Part 1

Free
  • Part 1 training is free.
  • Part One Training is not classroom based, it is distance learning. This is undertaken by the Trainee usually at the Trainee’s home. Part 1 training is free. Help is available by phone or e-mail.

Driving Instructor Training - ADI Part 2

£70
  • 2 hour
  • Part 2 Training is £70 for 2 hours and can be in one of our training cars or the trainee’s own car. There is no minimum or maximum number of sessions for this, as the trainee will be advised during each session on their progress.

Driving Instructor Training - ADI Part 3

£70
  • 2 hour
  • Part 3 Training is £70 for 2 hours and can be in one of our training cars or the trainee’s own car. All subjects on the syllabus will be covered. Again, there is no minimum or maximum number of sessions for this as the trainee will be advised during each session as to their test readiness. However, in order to obtain a trainee licence, students will need to complete a minimum of 40 hours of part three training. Full details will be available at the initial introduction.

Payment Methods

Cash

Cash

Cash payments can be made directly to your driving instructor.  We will be record the payment on your record card so please make sure you bring this with you.

Cheques

Cheques

Cheque payments can be made directly to your driving instructor.  Your driving instructor will advise you who to make the cheque payable to.

Bank Transfer

Bank Transfer

Direct bank transfers can be made directly to your driving instructor.  If you wish to pay this way, your driving instructor will supply you with their bank details on request.

Credit & Debit Cards

Credit and Debit cards

Credit & debit card payments are also accepted & can be made via our payment page.

If you have any queries, please contact us for details.

“With over 20 years’ experience in training driving instructors”