Need help with your theory test? Is the hazard perception test getting you down? Taken the test and failed or worried about being ready?
We are here to help. You do not have to be learning with us to come and use our free facility.
Every Saturday morning between 9 and 12 we run a drop in service, no need to book, no pressure to learn with us.
This is a community based service to help learner drivers pass the test.
For more information call us on 01933 384504
Our first lesson special offer for manual instruction is:
One and a half hours at a reduced rate of £30 which is equivalent to £20ph
This offer expires on 31st August 2017
This gives you an opportunity to meet your instructor, discuss your needs, show them your driving if you have driven before, and to find out how many hours you need to prepare for test.
For new drivers and nervous drivers, this is also an opportunity to drive the car in a safe environment, and to start the exciting journey of learning to drive
We have an excellent pass rate as a driving school and are here to help you gain a driving licence as soon as possible.
We also run free theory sessions on a Saturday between 9 and 12
Supply show me tell me questions and cover the full driving syllabus required to pass your test
The local testing facilities as follows
Practical test centres are:
Theory test centres are:
Driving is a life skill, it can also be written into your Duke of Edinburgh Awards booklet as an achievement.
Kettering test centre commonly uses the A14 for tests, there are similar mistakes made on test which result in a fail. Not planning an over take in time leading to getting too close to the vehicle in front. Staying in the wrong lane on a dual carriageway and not preparing for roundabouts. According to a survey of students from the majority of local schools or who are learning with a parent.
The DVSA released the top reasons for a fail.
Top ten reasons for failing Junctions (observation) Use of mirrors – (change direction) Control (steering) Junctions (turning right) Response to signals (traffic lights) Move off (control) Positioning (normal driving) Move off (safety) Reverse park (control) Response to signals (road markings)
In 2014 the pass rate across the UK was 46.9% down from the previous year.
So how can you make sure you do not fall into the trap of others before you.
Look at the road layout on the internet so you have a mental picture of the roads and lanes
Make sure you are prepared
Don’t shop on price, shop on quality
Don’t be pressured to take a test by anyone
Be safe know your surroundings
Remember once you pass you are responsible
Take Pass Plus
Need help – ask us