Brand New Ford Focus
Excellent Pass Rate
Over 30 Years Experience
We cover South West London and the surrounding areas. All our instructors are fully qualified DSA Instructors. Catering for all ages and abilities, we are very patient and reassuring, being particularly good with nervous students.
If you already have a licence and just need extra tuition in an area you are not comfortable with, such as night driving, let us help you to increase your confidence and skills. Whether you are looking for an intensive course or regular hourly lessons, we can give you the relevant lessons.
“Would recommend Sarah very highly. She restored my confidence as a learner driver and managed to get me to pass my test on the first attempt with 3 minors after 15 hours. Will not disappoint!”
“I’ve just passed my driving test. My instructor was very patient and down to earth and I could not have asked for a better driving instructor. Thank you so much for having the patience to teach me.😀 Will miss our chats☹️. I will be back to do my Pass Plus. Thank you so much.”
“Definitely five genuine stars from me and you have to credit how long they’ve remained independent and in business as testimony to the level of quality. Highly recommend. Thumbs all the way up.”
Excellent Pass Rate
We have a high pass rate and will tailor the lessons to suit your particular needs. We make the lessons fun, so that you are as relaxed as possible while learning
Obtaining Your Licence
Before you can learn to drive a car, moped or motorcycle you must apply for a provisional driving licence. If you already hold a valid full driving licence and want to learn to drive larger vehicles, minibuses or buses you will need to apply for provisional entitlement for these vehicles. You have to be 17 years of age to obtain a provisional licence, but you can apply up to three months before your 17th birthday.
You can apply for your first provisional driving licence for a car, moped or motorcycle using the government’s secure and easy to use online service at: gov.uk/apply-first-provisional-driving-licence Or the application form (form D1) can be obtained from your local Post Office if you would like to apply by post.