Driving Lessons Malvern, PassLee Driving School has helped many people learn to drive in Malvern and gain their drivers licence. some with as little as 10 driving lessons in ! Our philosophy is simple ‘safe driving for life’. We promote this philosophy at all times and all driving lessons are conducted in a planned, relaxed and friendly atmosphere. We use the very latest teaching methods and follow the Driving Standards Agency syllabus.
When you book an hour’s driving lesson you get an hour’s lesson. We don’t believe in car sharing and we won’t waste the last 10 minuetes of YOUR valuable time picking up the next pupils as so many other driving schools do regularly. Our driving instructors in Malvern are reliable and friendly, they will be local to your area and have extensive local test route knowledge. In addition to normal driving lessons, they are specially trained to give mock driving tests as well as pass plus and motorway training.
The number one asked question “How long will it take me to pass my driving test?”. We get asked that every day, and the answer is always the same…How long is a piece of string? Ok so lets look at both ends of the spectrum, we have had people pass in as little as ten lessons, but we have also had people take fifty lessons. If we look at what the driving standards agency says..
“Research shows that learners who have a combination of professional instruction and private practice do better at the driving test. On average, those who pass have had 47 hours of professional instruction and 20 hours of private practice.”
That quote is taken from a page on the driving standards agency webiste – Planning and recording how you learn to drive.
So if we go by those figures then we are looking at on average of 67 lessons. To date PassLee Driving School has never had anyone take that long to pass. We have a goal of about 30 driving lessons for the “average” learner driver. Some can do it quicker and some might take a little longer than 30 lessons. It is also worth noteing that at some stage in the future all learner drivers may be required to take driving lessons for a year before they can take the driving test. However that is not the case now and it might never come in to force but it is being talked about!