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Areas We Cover

So where do you have to live or work to take driving lessons with us?

MapYou can take your driving lessons in and around the areas we cover just contact one of our Driving Schools:

Learning to drive is huge milestone in anyones life, but for some it may take a little longer for you to be able to start. it may be that you want to concentrate on your studies or you may be saving up so that when you start your driving lessons you have enough money to to get through to your test, but what ever the reason we are here. Don’t forget to keep checking our offers there could be something that suits you, and you know what they say, there is no time like the present.  So what are you waiting for? If you are looking to easily pass your driving test, have some fun on your driving lessons and become a skilled and efficient driver please contact us now!  If we cannot fit you in immediately, we will put you on our waiting list.

Here are the postcodes you can have your driving lessons in:

  •  L1  to  L40.
  • CH41 to CH66
  •  WA4  to WA12.
  •  WN1 to WN8.
We can pick you up for your driving lessons from work/college, school or home, so if your postcode is not on the list ring us anyway and we will see what we can do, some of our instructors will travel a bit further if you are willing to do an intensive course.Before you call us why not check out some of the other information on this site like; how to choose a driving instructor or prices for driving lessons it will give you some help and advice.
 “It is not the miles that you cover in your driving lesson;
it is what you cover in the miles.”
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