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A Class Learners, the Driving School in Essex offers driving lessons in Basildon and Thurrock, Grays and Tilbury and surrounding areas from £11
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Driving Instructors in Chafford Hundred, Grays , Tilbury and surrounding areas
We only have Fully Qualified DSA Approved Driving Instructors in Essex, We have Male and Female Driving Instructors that are patient, reliable and friendly. Our Driving Instructors use track records so the you know exactly at which stage of learning you are at every step of the way.
Our Driving Instructors have experience with all types of learners: Beginners: New Drivers: Some one who has had a few driving lessons ; driving test retake: Refresher Driving Lessons: You have a full driving licence but have not driving in a while. Defensive driving: you have been in a car accident and need more driving lessons to build you confidence back on the road, You have been disqualified from driving and need to retake your driving test to get your Driving licence again.
If you have driven before and had driving lessons from another driving school we offer an assessment driving lesson to let you know how many lessons you need to be test ready.
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Our Driving Lessons are a minimum of 1 hour. You can take as many hours per week depending upon your requirements. We only offer one to one driving lessons that are tailored to meet your learning needs. You will not be dissappointed.
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We offer Intensive Driving Lessons in Essex , Chafford Hundred and surrounding areas
We also offer intensive driving courses for those who want or need to pass there driving test quickly and get their driving licence.
If you have driving experience our Driving Instructors will assess you first and let you know how many lessons you will need to be fully ready for your driving test.
If you are a beginner, the DSA advise that it can take up to 40 driving lessons to be ready for your driving test. The simple fact is the more practice you get at driving the better you will be at driving !!
Nearest: Local Driving Test Centres for Essex : Chafford Hundred, Grays Tilbury and Surrounding Areas
Theory Test Fees: £31
Practical Car Driving Test Fees: Weekday £62, Weekends £75
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