Michael's Driving School
Michael's Driving School will pick you up from your work, school or home and provide you with a structured learning programme.
We won't ask you to stop off to pick up our luandry or a pint of milk on the way. If you are a new driver, developing the right attitude is critical and a great deal of what you learn will depend on your driving insrtuctor.
News and Information
TopTENreasons for failing
Poor or ineffective observations at junctions
Lack of accuracy or poor observations when performing parallel parking
Not checking or acting on what is seen in your mirrors
Ineffective observations or lack of accuracy when reversing
Giving incorrect or misleading signals
Ineffective observations when moving off
Incorrect positioning on bends or roundabouts
Lack of steering control
Incorrect positioning when turning right or in a one way street
Inappropriate speed or being hesitant
Learner driver subjects covered
Cockpit drill - moving off - on the move -
gear changing - slowing down - steering - mirrors - signalling - making progress
- passing parked vehicles - meeting traffic - emergency stop - reversing around a corner - hill starts - control coordination - left & right turns - stopping
Reverse parallel parking - turn in the road - emerging from a T junction - roundabouts - crossing other vehicles - following other vehicles - lane discipline - pedestrian crossings - awareness and anticipation - encountering emergency vehicles
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us today to book your driving lessons!
much will it cost?
This depends on you, to
cover all excercises properly, assuming you are a mid-range
student, I would
15 to 20
lessons. However, the more lessons, the more
practice, the greater the chances of success.
What we say,
The best way to learn how to drive is to have regular driving lessons from a qualified driving instructor and have as much practice as possible before your test. Once you have been shown the basics by your instructor, you can then combine the professional instruction with practice from your family and friends.
Getting professional driving instruction will help you pass your driving test. Your instrcutor will provide you with a structured approach to your training and cover all the necessary practical subjects to help develop the skills needed to become a good driver. Learning to drive with a qualified instrcutor will provide you with an appropriate learning environment and will give you the opportunity to ask questions on the go and gain valuable advice as situations arise.