Car Driving Lessons
Look no further than the team at Benson Motor Bike Training!
Our skilled instructors not only teach motorbike lessons but also offer car driving lessons for those interested in learning how to drive a car.
Our lessons are designed to give you the skills and knowledge you need to operate a car on the road safely.
Are you ready to hit the road and earn your driver's licence? Look no further than Benson for top-quality car driving lessons!
Our team of experienced instructors will provide you with the skills and knowledge you need to become a confident and competent driver. With a combination of classroom instruction and practical driving experience, our lessons are designed to give you the best possible learning experience.
Plus, our flexible lesson schedules make it easy to fit driving lessons into your busy life. Don't wait any longer to start your driving journey – choose Benson for the best car driving lessons around!
Our Driving Instructors
In addition to motorcycle lessons, our instructors also offer driving lessons for those interested in learning to drive a car
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
When can I start taking driving lessons?
At the age of 15 years and 9 months, you are able to apply for a provisional driving licence, which will allow you to begin learning to drive a car on public roads when you turn 17.
Can I have a driving lesson before I pass my theory test?
While preparing for your theory test, you can also start taking practical driving lessons. In fact, it is generally helpful to do so, as it can aid in the learning process.
How many driving lessons I need to take until I pass?
There is no set minimum or maximum number of driving lessons that you must complete before taking a driving test in the United Kingdom. The amount of tuition required can vary from person to person. However, statistics from the DVSA (Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency) indicate that the average number of lessons needed to be ready for the test is between 35 and 40 hours.
How many lessons a week should I take?
The frequency of driving lessons is a matter of personal preference and financial situation. It is generally recommended to have a consistent schedule, such as 2 hours per week, to ensure progress in learning to drive. It is also a good idea to regularly discuss your progress with your driving instructor.