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Driving Lessons Kensington

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Driving lessons Kensington Only when 17 or Over

Currently you have to be a minimum of 17 years old and the holder of a UK provisional license, which has been issued by the DVLA, before you can start to learn to drive on UK roads. Getting your provisional license is just the start of hopefully a long and happy driving career. The Provisional licence that you require must be in your possession before you start driving lessons Kensington. For anyone that is extra keen to get started it is possible for you to apply for your provisional driving license three months prior to your 17th birthday. However your license will not be valid until your 17th birthday, so your driving lessons Kensington cannot begin, until that date. If you happen to be disabled and in receipt of mobility allowance you are permitted to apply for your provisional license from the age of 16. And you will need an instructor that understands your particular limitations.

Make Sure Your Eyesight is Legal

When you go out for your first driving lesson Kensington but before you get into the car to start to learning to drive your instructor will check your eye sight, the same or similar checks will be carried out before you commence your driving test. It is your responsibility and worthwhile having your eyes checked before booking your first driving lessons Kensington. If you already wear glasses or contact lenses for normal daily routines, then they have to be worn whenever you taking a driving lesson and when taking your test. There is a minimum requirement that you must be able to read a designated number plate in normal daylight conditions from a distance of 20.5 metres which is 67 feet, or about the same as five car parked bumper to bumper. Insight 2 Drive instructors carefully explain all the process that are part of your driving test and practice them with you until you are good enough to pass your test.
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