Learner Driver Help

Learning to drive can be one of the most exciting and rewarding things you do, however old you are. At Central DT we will offer you all the help and advice you need to reach your goal. To help yourself along there are things you can do yourself when not on a lesson

Practice in your own car, to do this you must display L plates of the legal size on the drivers side of the vehicle, clearly visible to other road users. The car must be insured for your use and be road legal. The driver will be held responsible in law, not the owner of the car, so do make sure you are happy all is good.

The accompanying driver must be 21 years of age or over and have held a full licence for 3 years or more.

You can buy a book called Driving the Essential Skills, this is a publication on which the driving test is based, and is full of useful hints and tips too

You can pop into our office on a Saturday morning between 9 and 12 and ask for advice, practice the theory test for free or book and pay for lessons, intensive courses and gift vouchers.

We are here to help

Offering professional driving tuition in Rushden, Wellingborough, Kettering and surrounding areas


It is illegal to pay for lessons if the person with you is not a qualified instructor or trainee instructor, and licenced to teach with a badge from the Government. You may not make any payment to the accompanying driver for time or fuel, it is an offence.
If the car is not insured you can can receive up to eight penalty points.

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