Learning to Drive?
The advice you can trust.
Are you wanting to learn to drive but not sure what to do during the coronavirus outbreak? Then visit our Coronavirus learning to drive FAQs
Should you still take driving lessons with an Approved Driving Instructor? Have you thought about learning to drive with a member of your family?
If you are currently off school, college or work and staying at home with your family then learning with them will not spread the virus as you are already in contact.
As a driving instructor with over 20 years of experience. I have compiled The Private Driving Practice Handbook containing the information you will need to undertake private driving practice with your family. The Private Driving Practice Handbook will guide you from a complete beginner all the way to passing your driving test.
With practical driving tests postponed for up to 3 months (at time of writing 20/3/2020), this is the ideal time to start learning so that you are ready to take your driving tests when the DVSA resume testing.
We realise money may be tight at the moment that is why we have reduced the cost of the DVSA ADI devised The Private Driving Practice Handbook by 50% while we are in the worst of the pandemic.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has announced that learners can resume driving lessons and motorcycle training in England (not in Scotland or Wales) from Saturday 4 July 2020.
The rule applies to all types of driver and motorcycle training in England, including private practice with someone you live with or in your support bubble.
Theory tests will restart in England on Saturday 4 July. The tests will take place with social distancing measures in place to help stop the spread of coronavirus.
Car driving tests will restart in England on Wednesday 22 July.
Updated 25th June 2020
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Your Online Driving School.co.uk
Your Online Driving School.co.uk was established here in the UK in 2008 by a highly experienced Driving & Vehicle Standards Agency ADI.
The aim was to fill a need by learner drivers for independent learning to drive information and advice from a reliable, trusted source.
This is why all the information and advice you will find here is provided either from qualified Approved Driving Instructors or the DVSA.
We will guide you all the way through learning to drive from applying for your provisional licence, taking driving lessons and of course your final aim of passing your practical driving test and getting your UK licence.
You will find unique help, tips and techniques from highly experienced and successful DVSA ADI’s.
Remember all our learning to drive help, tips and advice are provided by UK DVSA Approved Driving Instructors (ADI’s).
We are the official professionals in teaching you to drive.
Our details Head Office Your Online Driving School 9 Stile Close Norwich Norfolk NR14 8BH Email email@example.com