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You might be wondering what you need to know if driving lessons in Milton Keynes are new to you. Firstly you’ll need to get a provisional licence, which you can apply for online through the official government website. As long as you are old enough and meet some other basic requirements, you should find the process straightforward, although be aware there are some fees involved. During your driving lessons with us you will use a dual controlled car where both you and the driving instructor have control of the vehicle, so you’re always in safe hands. Getting on the road for the first time can be an unnerving experience, but we’ll give you the confidence you need to make that important step.
You will start off by learning about all the hand and foot controls in the car. This explanation can be as basic or as technical as you like. Next you will learn to move off and stop. You will then learn all the required driving skills to pass the test and drive safely, including how to negotiate all types of junctions, roundabouts, pedestrian crossings, dual carriageways etc. You will also learn how to do the required manoeuvres for your test, i.e. turning in the road, reversing around a corner, reverse parallel parking, bay parking and stopping in an emergency.
During the lessons leading up to your driving test you can have a mock driving test. A visit to the driving test centre in Bletchley is a good idea as it helps remove the fear of the unknown on the day of your test. The mock driving test is designed to find out whether there are any minor problem areas that need practice. People do get nervous on driving tests and a mock test will help you get comfortable with the idea of being tested. A mock test will make you feel you know what to expect and make you as relaxed as possible on the day of your test.
We will teach you at your own pace. It is very difficult to tell you in advance how long it will take but once we have been out for a couple of lessons we should be able to give you an idea of how many lessons you will need to get to the required standard. See "How Many Driving Lessons" on the site’s navigation bar for more details.