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The Cost Of Learning To Drive

The freedom that comes with being a qualified driver is fantastic and exciting, but it does come with a price tag.
It’s important to know exactly where your money will go during the process of learning to drive, so we’ve listed the key costs.

Your provisional licence

This is the first step.
Having this licence allows you to learn to drive on the public highway, and is a requirement for taking your practical test.
Cost: £34 if you pay online, or £43 if you apply by post.

Driving lessons

You can only start lessons if you have the provisional licence.
Lesson prices vary from instructor and location, however the average cost for a driving lesson in the UK is around £24, according to the Driving and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA).
Generally speaking, it can often work out cheaper to purchase lessons in bulk as you will most likely receive a discount – however, have a few lessons with your instructor beforehand to be sure they’re the right instructor for you.

Cost:

As already said, lessons vary in price depending on instructor and location.

Theory test

Start to learn your theory as soon as, it will help you with your lessons...
I have a free app on my website for any one to download and use.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) provides online learning materials for you to buy, or you can buy additional software or a theory book from most major book stores, or online.
It’s essential to clue-up on the Highway Code and to practice the hazard perception tests.

Cost: £23 for the theory test. Learning materials starts from £7. (Don´t forget my FREE app)

Practical driving test

Individuals will each progress at their own rate, and your driving instructor will advise when they think you are ready to take your practical test.
Cost: £62 on weekdays, £75 on evenings, weekends and bank holidays.

Insurance

You do not have to worry about insurance if you ar
The freedom that comes with being a qualified driver is fantastic and exciting, but it does come with a price tag.
It’s important to know exactly where your money will go during the process of learning to drive, so we’ve listed the key costs.

Your provisional licence

This is the first step.
Having this licence allows you to learn to drive on the public highway, and is a requirement for taking your practical test.
Cost: £34 if you pay online, or £43 if you apply by post.

Driving lessons

You can only start lessons if you have the provisional licence.
Lesson prices vary from instructor and location, however the average cost for a driving lesson in the UK is around £24, according to the Driving and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA).
Generally speaking, it can often work out cheaper to purchase lessons in bulk as you will most likely receive a discount – however, have a few lessons with your instructor beforehand to be sure they’re the right instructor for you.

Cost:

As already said, lessons vary in price depending on instructor and location.

Theory test

Start to learn your theory as soon as, it will help you with your lessons...
I have a free app on my website for any one to download and use.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) provides online learning materials for you to buy, or you can buy additional software or a theory book from most major book stores, or online.
It’s essential to clue-up on the Highway Code and to practice the hazard perception tests.

Cost: £23 for the theory test. Learning materials starts from £7. (Don´t forget my FREE app)

Practical driving test

Individuals will each progress at their own rate, and your driving instructor will advise when they think you are ready to take your practical test.
Cost: £62 on weekdays, £75 on evenings, weekends and bank holidays.

Insurance

You do not have to worry about insurance if you are learning to drive solely with a qualified instructor


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Mike Williams Driver Training
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