We offer high quality driving lessons in a manual, dual control, Mini Countryman.


Female Friendly Driving Instructor

Angela is a Driving Standards Agency approved female driving instructor.

She is patient, friendly, professional and reliable. If you are a nervous first time learner, be assured that your lessons will be conducted in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. We’ll assess you as you learn and then pass the assessment to you, so you can see how your progressing.

And don’t worry, you’ll be taken through mock practical tests to prepare you for the big day when it arrives. So pick up the phone and call Angela on 07810 481965 and book your first lesson today.



Before you can learn to drive a car, you must apply for a provisional driving licence. This gives you permission to drive on the UK roads, whilst under the supervision of your driving instructor or another driver over the age of 21 who has held a full driving licence for a minimum of three years.

For any questions on any of our services please call Angela on 07810 481965 or email here.


Pass Plus

Pass Plus is an established training course aimed at new drivers. Statistics show that new drivers are more likely to have an accident in the first two years after passing their test, due to lack of driving experience. But don’t worry, we'll take you through the course to help you build on your skills and knowledge.

For more information on the Pass Plus courses please call Angela on 07810 481965 or email here.



Refresher driving lessons are ideal for people who, for one reason or another, feel they could benefit from extra tuition or if you have not driven regularly since passing your test. The number of refresher lessons that you require will depend on your current skills or how long you have not driven for.

For more information on Refresher driving lessons please call Angela on 07810 481965 or email here.


Discounted Block Bookings Available

Why not pick up the phone and call Angela on 07810 481965 and book your lessons today.


If you’re learning to drive in Scotland

You and the person teaching you to drive must wear face coverings during driving lessons and practice sessions in Scotland. If you do not wear a face covering, you must have a good reason, for example:

  • TickYou have a physical/mental illness, impairment/disability
  • TickWearing it would cause you severe distress
  • TickYou and the instructor live in the same household

Wearing glasses does not count as a good reason.


Don't just take our word for it.
Here's a selection of reviews from successful students who passed their test with us.

It's a Big Step.

We understand that learning to drive will be one of many major events that will occur in your life, so our aim is to teach you to become a safe and responsible driver, so when you finally pass your test you can go on and enjoy your new found independence with confidence.

Frequently Asked Questions

Everything you need to know about learning to drive is included here, however if you still have any questions please get in touch we would be more than happy to help.

Still have questions?
Contact us

Driving Standards Agency research shows that the current average is 45 hours of tuition, with an additional 22 hours private practice to pass. Your instructor will give you an idea of how long you are likely to need after your first lesson.

No. In fact it is a good idea to learn the theory whilst you are learning the practical as it can bring the subject alive making it easier to understand and remember.

Few Books to recommend:
The high way code
Knowing your traffic sign
The official driving test
Driving the essential skills

For Hazard perception:
Road sense hazard perception