Frequently Asked Questions
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Currently in the UK you have to be 17 years of age to obtain a provisional licence to drive a car or ride a motorcycle – unless in receipt of a full disability allowance, when you can obtain a provisional licence at the age of 16 years. You must be in possession of a provisional driving licence before you will be able to drive on a public road. You can obtain a licence application form D1 from any main post office.fill the form in put two passport type photos and a chq for £45 send it of to dvla swansea for more info go to my links page
All major credit and debit cards are accepted via online. You can also pay cast at lesosns to your driving instructor or bank transfer. Talk to you instructor or give us a call on 07932944654 for more information.
All our driving instructors are registered with the DVSA (Driving and Vehicle Standards Agency). This guarantees good quality instruction and service.
The DVSA monitor all registered driving schools and driving instructors. These are continually graded at regular intervals.
The DVSA is the government appointed body that controls the driving schools industry.Find out more on www.gov.uk
The first lesson should be a 2 hour lesson so you are familliar with the car and all the controls also so you can actually get to do some moving off and stoping.
Your instructor will ask to see your license and check your eye sight by asking you to read a registration plate at a distance of about 20 meters.
Yes, you can, and probably should, as the practical experience will help you understand the questions and answers contained in the theory test. Likewise what you study for the theory test will also be very helpful in your practical lessons.
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