Learning to Drive in Chertsey
Learning to drive in Chertsey can be very exciting. However, before you begin this challenge you must be in possession of a provisional driving licence. You can apply for this either online at the DVLA website or by completing the D1 form available from the post office. In order to obtain a UK driving licence, the learner driver must pass a theory test followed by a practical driving test. The theory test will consist of a multiple choice test and a hazard perception test. You must pass your theory test before you can apply to sit a practical driving test at Chertsey or anywhere else for that matter.
Learning to Drive in Chertsey – Finding a Teacher
Once you have your provisional driving licence in your hand you will need to find a teacher. This is regardless of whether or not you have passed your theory test. Most learner drivers in Chertsey would prefer to take driving lessons from a professional driving instructor or a driving school. But this is not compulsory. You make use to learn to drive with your parents, a family member or even a friend.
Learning to Drive with Family & Friends
If you choose to learn to drive with a family member or a friend there are certain points that you need to take into consideration. Firstly, the supervising driver must be at least 21 years of age. Secondly, they must have held a UK or EU driving licence for at least three years. Furthermore, you must hold a licence for the category that you wish to learn to drive. For example, if you wish to learn a manual car, must hold a manual driving licence. It is a criminal offence for anyone other than a driving instructor, to take money in return for driving lessons.
Learning to Drive in Chertsey with an Instructor
If you decide to learn to drive from a driving instructor there are several things that you need to take into consideration. Firstly, you will need to decide whether you would like an instructor with a manual car or an automatic car. It is easier to learn to drive in an automatic car but once you have passed the driving test you will be restricted only to automatic vehicles. However, if you should driving a manual vehicle, you will be able to drive both automatic and manual cars.
Some learner drivers would feel more comfortable with a female instructor whereas others prefer learning to drive with a male driving instructor. When choosing a driving instructor in the Chertsey area, you should take into consideration whether the instructor will meet you at your home address or whether you will have to travel to meet the driving instructor. You should also be aware of what the driving structures standard lesson price is, not just the introductory offer that you may be getting.
DTC Driving Test Services
DTC UK of short one-day intensive driving courses to learner drivers who have recently failed a driving test and to international licence holders who do not require a whole course of lessons. We can arrange an emergency driving test within a few days at the Chertsey driving test centre. Automatic and manual driving instructors available for short notice driving test at only 24 hours’ notice.