Send for Your Licence before taking Driving Lessons Hale
Before you are legally allowed to sit in the driver’s seat, you need a provisional driving licence. You can’t use you’re provisional driving licence until you’re 17, but you may send off for it up to three months before your 17th birthday.
The place to apply for a provisional driving licence is from the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA). The application form (form D1) can be obtained from the Post Office, and when you send the form you also have to send a fee for your licence.
If your driving licence has arrived and you are now 17 or older you are legally able to take driving lessons Hale, but first you have to find yourself a good driving instructor. In theory anybody over the age of 21 that has held and still holds a full UK driving licence for the right length of time is able to give you instruction. However, in reality they probably wouldn’t have the experience or training to properly instruct you in all aspects of becoming a safe and proficient driver, able to pass your test when you apply for it.
You don’t have far to look to find the local Insight 2 Drive
You don’t have far to look to find the local Insight 2 Drive Approved Driving Instructors (ADI), you will probably see us around all the time. Your driving lessons Hale should be started right to give you the best chance of becoming the driver you want to be.
While you’re learning in the UK no matter who’s car you are in you have to display L plates on the front and back of any car so that any other road user knows you are under instruction and not an experienced driver. This will hopefully mean that they will be patient with you while you are in their path, we all started as learners. So for the best start and continued support with your driving lessons Hale contact Insight 2 Drive.