ADVANTAGE SCHOOL OF DRIVING

Introductory offer – First 4 Lessons £69 To book now, call

07752698883

Advantage School of Driving is a well-established, reputable driving school, offering driving lessons in Kingston upon Thames (all KT postcodes) and the surrounding areas. With many years of teaching experience in the boroughs of Elmbridge, Sutton, Merton and Epsom, our driving instructors have in-depth knowledge of the local test routes and the secrets to passing a driving test. We cover many test centres including: Tolworth, Morden, Sutton, Ashford and Chertsey.

Free 30 minute trial lesson. Why waste your time phoning around?

Try us before making a commitment. Advantage offers a free 30 minute trial lesson to nervous new drivers, with no obligation. Please take a look at our ‘Prices Page’ for more information. This gives you an opportunity to try us out before making a commitment. To take advantage of this unique offer, call:

Ahill from Hinchley Wood passed 1st time
Ahill from Hinchley Wood passed 1st time
Ayesha passed 1st time with us at Tolworth
Ayesha passed 1st time with us at Tolworth
Ben passed Ist time with Advantage.
Ben passed Ist time with Advantage.
Cameron from Esher passed 1st time
Cameron from Esher passed 1st time
Camilla passed 1st time at Tolworth
Camilla passed 1st time at Tolworth
Chris of Molesey passed 1st time with us
Chris of Molesey passed 1st time with us
Corey passed 1st time with Advantage
Corey passed 1st time with Advantage
Daryl passed 1st time at Tolworth
Daryl passed 1st time at Tolworth
David passed 1st time at Tolworth
David passed 1st time at Tolworth
Kenneth Omeruo Chelsea premier league player passed 1st time
Kenneth Omeruo Chelsea premier league player passed 1st time
Igor passed 1st time with Advantage
Igor passed 1st time with Advantage
James passed 1st time at Tolworth
James passed 1st time at Tolworth
Jamie passed 1st time with Advantage
Jamie passed 1st time with Advantage
Joanna from Claygate passed 1st time with us
Joanna from Claygate passed 1st time with us
Kate from Claygate passed 1st time
Kate from Claygate passed 1st time
Kelly passed 1st time with Advantage
Kelly passed 1st time with Advantage
Tom from Esher passed 1st time at Tolworth
Tom from Esher passed 1st time at Tolworth
Viccy of Wimbledon passed 1st time with us
Viccy of Wimbledon passed 1st time with us
Vitika of Esher passed 1st time at Tolworth
Vitika of Esher passed 1st time at Tolworth
Yinzhu passed 1st time with Advantage
Yinzhu passed 1st time with Advantage
Dylan from Oxshott passed 1st time with us
Dylan from Oxshott passed 1st time with us
Eleanor of Esher passed 1st time at Tolworth
Eleanor of Esher passed 1st time at Tolworth
Ella passed 1st time with us at Tolworth
Ella passed 1st time with us at Tolworth
Emma from Claygate passed 1st time with us
Emma from Claygate passed 1st time with us
Emma from Esher passed 1st time with us
Emma from Esher passed 1st time with us
Ewen of Claygate passed 1st time at Tolworth
Ewen of Claygate passed 1st time at Tolworth
Fawaz passed 1st time at Tolworth
Fawaz passed 1st time at Tolworth
Francis passed 1st time with Advantage
Francis passed 1st time with Advantage
Frazer from Claygate passed 1st time
Frazer from Claygate passed 1st time
Georgia from Worcester Park passed 1st time
Georgia from Worcester Park passed 1st time
Harrison passed 1st time with us at Sutton
Harrison passed 1st time with us at Sutton
Rhonda from Surbiton passed 1st time
Rhonda from Surbiton passed 1st time
Richard passed 1st time at Morden
Richard passed 1st time at Morden
Scott from Epsom passed 1st time
Scott from Epsom passed 1st time
Sean passed 1st time with Advantage
Sean passed 1st time with Advantage
Shane passed 1st time at Tolworth
Shane passed 1st time at Tolworth
Simmie from Surbiton passed 1st time
Simmie from Surbiton passed 1st time
Siv of Worcester Park passed 1st time with us
Siv of Worcester Park passed 1st time with us
Sylvia from Stoneleigh passed 1st time with us
Sylvia from Stoneleigh passed 1st time with us
Terry from Chessington passed 1st time
Terry from Chessington passed 1st time
Terry from Chessington passed 1st time
Terry from Chessington passed 1st time
Scott from Epsom passed 1st time
Scott from Epsom passed 1st time
Jamie passed 1st time with Advantage
Jamie passed 1st time with Advantage
Igor passed 1st time with Advantage
Igor passed 1st time with Advantage

07752698883 (click to call if on your mobile)

All of our driving instructors are seasoned professionals, who are fully qualified and pride themselves in getting results, in the minimum time. Our dedicated instructors provide first class tuition and a personalized service.

‘Advantage’ is an independent driving school that uses only fully qualified driving instructors. Many national driving schools use trainee instructors and still charge full rates. We would never sacrifice our quality of tuition in this way.

The course of lessons is structured to meet the pupil’s specific needs and ability. We guide you every step of the way, at a pace you are comfortable with. Our excellent first time pass rate, combined with our proven track record, means you can turn to us with confidence.

For further inquiries call 07752698883 (click to call if on your mobile)

How many lessons will I need?

The figures provided on the Gov.uk website, state that on average, a new driver will require about 40 hours of driving tuition, to pass the test. In reality, some people require less than 40 hours and others need more than that. A broader range of between 20 to 60 hours would be more realistic.
Various factors influence the number of lessons required, including age, gender and country of origin. Experienced cyclists or moped riders have already acquired an understanding of road rules, which will give them an advantage. Furthermore, if you combine driving practice at home with professional tuition, fewer lessons will be required.

A weekly one-hour driving lesson works reasonably well for the majority of learner drivers. However, increasing lesson frequency will reduce the time between lessons and subsequently speed up the learning process.

An ideal number of lessons would be two hours, two or three times per week. This would be more cost effective, as it would require 25% fewer lessons overall. If there was irregularity in the course of lessons, this would increase the total number of lessons required.
Some people believe that a one-week, ‘40 hour’ intensive course would be effective. However, this demanding method can be counter-productive, due to fatigue and declining concentration levels.

Take a ride from the driver’s side,
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Should I learn in an automatic or manual?

Learning in an automatic car does not necessarily mean fewer driving lessons. In a manual car, the clutch and gears are only a small part of the whole driving process. As you learn to drive, you will master all the required skills simultaneously. In other words, by the time you can steer, you will be able to change gear.
In a manual car, it is rare for someone to fail a driving test due to ‘use of gears’ or from ‘moving away under control’.

In an automatic car, it is certainly possible for someone to fail a driving test because of improper ‘use of gears’. One new driver did recently fail for this reason. He selected the ‘2’ position, instead of ‘D’ for ‘drive’ and continued this ‘hold’ on 2nd gear throughout the test.

Some people, who pass their test in an automatic car, later decide to take a driving test in a manual one, because of the inconvenience of having a restricted licence. This would typically cost them an extra £500, for 20 driving lessons. For both practical and financial reasons, it makes more sense to learn in a manual car, from the start.

 

When you learn with Advantage School of Driving, you will get to drive a new Ford Fiesta, which is manual. If you do own an automatic car and would prefer to learn in that, this can be arranged.
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