• Best modern vehicles
• Fitted with dual controls for safety grantee
• Night times driving lessons
• Students pick up and drop off
• Flexible discount from 10 Hrs
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Weekly driving lessons give you more time to learn ho to drive without the pressure of a driving test coming up. Our weekly driving lessons in 105 are done at your own pace. Learner drivers often ask how long it will take to learn to drive but that’s impossible to answer because everyone learns differently.
Weekly driving lessons are done at a time and pace that suits you. Some people just want to learn how to drive quickly because they need a licence for work. Some people would rather take as long as it takes and become the best driver they can. However you want to structure your weekly driving lessons in 105, I recommend you take two hour lessons.
The word “intensive” means different things to different people. I class intensive driving lessons as taking more than one lesson (two hours) per week. Imagine you took a two hour driving lesson each Monday and Wednesday. You could be ready in 10 weeks (4 hours a week x 10 weeks = 40 hours).
If you do a driving lesson each Monday, Wednesday and Friday you’d be ready in around 6 weeks. Taking driving lessons more regularly means you might forget less between lessons. I think this is a great way of learning to drive. I won’t do lessons that are longer than 2 hours. It’s very tiring to both learn and teach driving. Two hours driving per lesson is enough, any more is exhausting.
Many pupils think that instructors insist on two hour driving lessons so that we can make more money. It’s actually the exact opposite! Taking two hour lessons saves you a lot of time and money. I’ve found from my 5+ years of experience that you can save hundreds of pounds just by doing two hours instead of one. Imagine that it takes 20 minutes to drive somewhere to practise what you need to. With a one hour driving lesson that only leaves you 20 minutes to practise and 20 minutes driving back home.
On a two hour lesson you will have 20 minutes to drive there, 1 hour and 20 minutes practice and then 20 minutes driving home. On a two hour driving lesson you pay twice as much but spend four times as long practising.
I have found that pupils taking one hour lessons take around 50 hours of tuition over 12 months to be at test standard. Pupils taking two hour lessons usually need around 36 hours over just 5 months. Based on those figures you’d have to pay for 14 extra hours of lessons if you took one hour lessons and it takes 7 months longer!