You need to be at least 17 years of age and if you have not already done so, apply for a provisional license from the DVLA. You can do this online or by getting an application form from the post office. It is also worth having an eyesight check, but in any event, ensure you can read a standard car number plate at 20.5 metres.
Continuity of driving lessons is important and West Drayton Driving School recommends that you have between 2 and 4 hours per week. You will also progress much quicker if you have two hour lessons each time.
You should take advantage of our discounts, which are available on block-bookings. These generally apply on 10 hours or more. If you are an NUS member, we also offer student discounts. Contact us on the contact form or call us on the number on the bottom of each page.
The number of lessons required varies from student to student and is dependent on many factors, such as age availability and learning style. We will however, monitor your progress with our individual learning plan On the Move and keep you fully informed.
Yes we do offer intensive driving courses. These can be anything from one week upwards. Undertaking an intensive course will depend on several factors, such as previous experience and whether you have passed your theory test. If you want to go ahead, we will arrange a two hour driving assessment and advise you of your best route to test.
No, and in fact it may be better to learn the theory whilst having practical lessons. You will however need to pass the theory test before applying for the practical test.
There are several theory test centres across the UK. Your driving instructor will be able to advise you of your nearest centre.
You will be learning in a modern Ford Fiesta with dual controls for your peace of mind and safety.