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Students Driving School


We have a fantastic team of male and female driving instructors in Preston, Blackpool, Chorley, Leyland, Blackburn and Lancaster. The driving instructors are friendly, easy going and they conduct hourly driving lessons and also driving courses, whichever you choose they will help you through every stage of learning to drive, you can be picked up from either your Home, Work, College or University


The majority of pupils arrange their driving lessons as one or two hours per week, however there are people who may wish to learn over a quicker period, this is often called an intensive course or quick pass course, quite simply this just means you getting all your training arranged over periods of up to six weeks.

Your best way forward is to arrange a 'Two Hour Assessment Lesson' which will give our driving instructor a chance to assess your current skills and then discuss various training options with you. 



We've studied some websites of other driving schools in Preston, Blackpool, Lancaster, Chorley, Leyland and Blackburn and noticed that a few of them state an exact number of hours that you will need to take on their driving courses before taking your driving test. This advice should only be taken as a rough guide because it is not always possible for any of the driving schools or their driving instructors to accurately predict an exact number of hours that you should take before you pass your driving test, for example some pupils improve rapidly after only a few hours of training, whereas other pupils can struggle with certain aspects of learning to drive.


It's Really Easy

If I Can Do It

Then You Can Do It

Remember that when learning to drive the most important thing is for you to become a very safe driver, passing your test first time is just a natural progression of you becoming that safe driver. After passing your driving test you can improve your skills even further and possibly get a reduced car insurance by taking a Pass-Plus Course. This course is not compulsory but it is recommended by both Students Driving School and the DVSA.

Driving Tip

Whilst waiting at traffic lights don't just stare at your red light, you can often anticipate a change of colour by observing what colour other traffic flows are on.

Also check your door mirrors to see if any cyclists or motorbikes are sneaking up on you

Driving Tip

Approaching a right hand bend check your mirrors and adjust your speed and gear if necessary.

Keep well over to the left to help you see further round the bend, this also keeps you away from any oncoming traffic.

Driving Tip

When driving up a side road and approaching an unmarked crossroad never assume that you have the priority, check mirrors and if necessary slow down and be prepared to give way.


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