Lancaster Driving Lessons
Lancaster Driving Lessons is a leading Lancaster
driving instructor. Offering driving lessons in Lancaster, Morecambe,
Heysham, Carnforth, Lancaster University and outlying areas. Don't
forget to check out the costs for some superb special offers. Lancaster
Driving Lessons can help with people preparing for their driving test
(theory and practical) whether you have never driven before or maybe you
have just failed a test Lancaster Driving Lessons will help you achieve
your goals. Here at Lancaster Driving Lessons we also look after people
who have already passed the test. With the rising cost of fuel Lancaster
Driving Lessons can help you reduce your fuel consumption by making your
driving more eco friendly. Lancaster Driving Lessons also supports the
rapidly increasing use of black boxes in cars for insurance purposes -
you will be paying premiums for how you drive not for how others of a
similar age, location, etc drive. With some simple steps we can help you
reduce your premiums by reducing the chances of having an accident.
Before learning to drive you need to obtain a provisional driving
license. You can get information on obtaining a provisional license
and the costs etc by clicking
While you are waiting for your license to come back it is
important to make sure you can read a number plate from 20.5meters
(with the aid of glasses or contact lenses). If your not sure you
can do this then it is important to see an optician before your
first driving lesson. Any good instructor will check this on your
first lesson - if you can not read the plate it is illegal to drive.
Find an Instructor
There are several important considerations when selecting a
driving instructor. Firstly make sure they are entitled to teach -
they need to be either a fully qualified approved driving instructor
(ADI) or a trainee PDI. If they are not then they are not
allowed to charge you for lessons. 9 out of 10 people who passed
their test first time did so with an ADI rather than friend or
Price is also an important consideration. Be aware that "cheap"
driving lessons may end up costing you more in the long run. You may
be required to take more lessons or may take more attempts to pass
your test. It is often better to pay a little extra for better
quality products and services.
Pass rates are important, but unfortunately these are not
published. People can claim to have higher pass rates than they have
through either misunderstanding how to calculate their pass rate or
just misleading people. So be careful. The average pass rate from Heysham Test Center 2015-2016 was 51.8%.