Test Day Assessments
This is a session where the driving instructor gives the student a test day experience with the real test report paper that would last 35 to 40 mins. This will determine if the candidate is ready for the driving test.
We help our clients to assess their skills and apply tested methods of teaching which guarantees success.
Main goals of our intensive course.
You can transform your self into a confident driver that can overcome any obstacles if you follow our strategies.
Our aims for you during this course.
Our clients are often surprised by the possibilities we present to them; by thinking outside the box we develop winning strategies that guarantees you to pass your driving test:
- Intesive driving for intensive results
- Attract and retain quality skills
- Manage your time so you’ll get more done in less time
- Hone sharp leadership skills to manage your driving
- Driving without sacrificing quality
- Automate your lessons for best results
Frequently Asked Questions
In general, the minimum ages for driving on British roads are 16 years for invalid carriages and mopeds, 17 years for agricultural or forestry tractors, small vehicles ( that’s cars) and motorcycles, 21 years for medium/large sized vehicles, minibuses and buses.
You can request that a friend or your instructor be present, but they must not interfere in any way. You should bring an interpreter with you if you need one. Your interpreter must be 16 years or over and wear suitable seat restraints where they are available. The DVSA actively promote you to take someone on your test.
Yes. However, when you pass your practical test your full driving licence will only entitle you to drive an ‘automatic’ car. It will also act as a provisional licence for a car with a manual gearbox.
About 40 minutes. If you are taking the extended test for persons convicted of serious driving offences this will last approximately 70 minutes.
Yes, however you are not allowed to drive on a motorway unless you have passed your practical test.