Welcome to Automatic Driving lessons in Cheltenham
Let Me Help You Pass Your Driving Test
and You Will Also Learn How To...
* Save money on passing
* Complete the optional Pass Plus training
* Use Rural roads
* Stay safe on Dual Carriageways
* and Motorways.
* Keep your insurance costs down
* Save fuel when driving
* And to have a great time
DRIVING DOESN'T HAVE TO BE HARD WORK - NOR DOES LEARNING TO DRIVE!
Getting your Full Driving Licence is going to make such a difference to your life!
You will wonder how you ever coped without it!
We will spend time getting confident with the controls for the car, the rules of the road, getting used to anticipating what other road users might me about to do, and staying safe on the roads.
We will do this when we are driving forwards, and when we are driving backwards.
I'm NOT going to teach you the test routes, my aim is to help you learn to drive safely on the roads, whether they are town roads, rural road, dual carriageways, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Stroud or Cirencester.
From June 2018, The Government have allowed learner drivers to drive on motorways, as long as you are in a dual-controlled car, accompanied by a fully qualified Approved Driving Instructor. I am looking forward to include these roads during our lessons.
When you pass your Test with me, you will be confident to drive completely independently.
10 tips for learners to help make sure their driving test goes ahead
Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency sent this bulletin at 13-07-2022 12:56 PM BST
THINK! launches ‘Travel Like You Know Them’ campaign
The THINK! team has launched the next phase of its campaign to promote the recent changes to the Highway Code, looking to foster mutual respect between all road users.
Read the article here:
29th February 2022 - Driver testing services – lifting of COVID-19 driving test restrictions
We (DVSA) are lifting COVID-19 restrictions affecting driving and theory tests in England from Tuesday 1 March in line with the government announcement that English restrictions ended on 24 February.
The changes in England are:.....
Highway Code changes in January 2022
The Highway Code is planning to change certain parts of the Code.
It is based around the most vulnerable road users having the highest priority, whether on the road or on the pavement.
Here is a guide to the changes, which will be effective from 29 January 2022.