It is essential that when learning to drive a pupil must follow a structured learning programme - At A+ you will be given Structured Tuition following a logical sequence according to the DSA syllabus. Help and Advice on theory training will be given free of charge, including the supply of Free Theory Mock Test papers if required.
All of A+'s Driving Instructors are licenced and Regulated by the DSA and will give you continuous feedback on your progress and guidance on when to apply for your tests.
The DSA guide for the average number of driving lessons required by someone to prepare for the practical driving test is one and half hours per year of age. This can vary according to the individual but may serve as a rough guide.Driving Lessons:
May be taken according to Pupils requirements, from an hour per week to an intensive course. We would generally recommend a two hours driving lesson once a week as the best way to make good progress. (Substantial savings can be made in training time required by taking two hours driving lessons) By paying for blocks of driving lessons in advance you will be eligible for discounts on our basic lesson prices. Gifts Vouchers are also available for any occasion.
Intensive Driving Courses may be suitable for pupils with some previous experience who have already passed their Theory Test. The provision of an Intensive driving Course with a Test at the conclusion of the course often entails the re-arranging of an Instructors work schedule and therefore these courses attract a premium in cost. Please click on the link above for further information or fill this enquiry form and we will contact you.
Residential Driving Courses are intensive driving courses delivered in areas where we can arrange short notice tests. (Both Intensive and Residential courses requires an initial assessment driving lesson to allow us to confirm that a particular course will be suited to a Pupils requirements). Please click on the link above for further information or fill this enquiry form and we will contact you.
Step By Step Guide - All you need to know about becoming road legal.
Our Cars - Have a look at A+ Driving School's new image.Helping a Learner :
It takes on average 12 months of training to become a driving instructor, so it makes sense to learn with a DSA driving instructor to make sure that the correct syllabus is followed. It can also help to have some private practise with a friend or relative to make sure you follow up all the things you learn in your lessons. The Driving Standards Agency say that a learner on average takes 46 hours of tuition with 22 hours of private practice*.
*Source: Driving standards agency website June 2005.