If you think driving lessons are expensive consider this.
The Driving Standards Agency currently charge £62 for a weekday driving test, £75 for Saturdays and weekdays
after 4.30pm. For this you get an examiner with a clipboard for
about 45 - 50 minutes.
Although the examiner is a highly qualified and expert driver,
often a former driving instructor, the examiner is not responsible
for your actions during the test.
The Driving Examiner expects you to provide a suitable, roadworthy
and fully insured vehicle (usually your Driving Instructors car but you may use your own.). If the examiner is not
satisfied with the condition of the vehicle (light not working,
damage to tyre, no passenger head rest, etc.) the test will not
be conducted and the test fee will not be refunded by the Driving
Your instructor will also be a highly qualified and expert driver.
Your instructor is responsible for your actions whilst driving.
Your instructor will provide a reliable roadworthy and well maintained vehicle which is comprehensively
insured for any driver regardless of age or experience. (Incidentally the typical hourly rate for the mechanics is £75 per hour.)
This table shows the average and maximum
hourly rates for driving instructors currently
registered with us.
Hourly Driving Lessons
Many factors affect the overall cost of
learning to drive such as your age, any
previous experience, whether you will
be able to practise between lesson and
where you live.
Studies by the Driving Standards Agency
show that successful test candidates will
have received about 40 hours of tuition.
In our experience 30 hours is a minimum
for a keen youngster with no previous
After a two hour introductory driving lesson
your instructor will be able to give you
accurate advice and together you will
be able to plan your future driving tuition.
In our opinion all driving instructors registered with www.intensive-driving.com
offer great value for money.
Book a 2 hour introductory lesson for just £25 and find out for yourself