Automatic Driving Lessons

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Automatic Driving Lessons

Automatic driving offers ease of driving. With no gears to worry about, you can concentrate on the road and drive safely. It is also a great option for those with disabilities that make it difficult to change gears. Whether you have no experience behind the wheel or need to improve your automatic driving skills, we help you in all cases. Our automatic driving lessons cater to your individual needs. Our DVSA-approved driving instructor (in Sutton, Kingston, Twickenham, & South West London) guides you through all aspects of automated driving, from basic manoeuvres to driving on motorways.

In automatic driving lessons, we cover a range of topics, including car controls, road positioning, turning, roundabouts, and junctions. We understand that learning to drive can be stressful, so our instructors create a supportive and safe environment for you to learn in. We provide well-maintained automatic cars with dual controls for your safety. Our automatic driving lessons are affordable and can be booked at a time that suits you.

Our Automatic Driving training provides a cool, calm and practical approach to each lesson, ensuring you learn in a comfortable and stress-free environment.

FAQs for Automatic Driving Lessons

In automatic driving lesson, the learner driver uses a car with automatic transmission. Unlike manual cars, which require the driver to shift gears manually, automatic cars shift gears automatically, making it easier for beginners to learn to drive without the need to master gear shifting.

Some advantages of taking automatic driving lessons include an easier and quicker learning process. As there is no need to learn how to use a clutch or shift gears, you can focus on other aspects of driving (i.e. smoother driving in heavy traffic).

Absolutely! Our automatic driving lessons are for learners with all levels of driving experience, including complete beginners.

Yes, you can. In the UK, you can legally take your driving test and obtain a full driving license using an automatic car only. However, it’s important to note that this will restrict you to driving only automatic cars, and you will not be licensed to drive manual vehicles.

The number of lessons required to pass your driving test in an automatic car can vary depending on various factors, such as your prior driving experience, aptitude for driving, and individual progress. Your driving instructor will assess your driving skills and provide guidance on the estimated number of lessons needed.

Yes, if you obtain your full driving license using an automatic car, you will need to pass a separate driving test in a manual car to be legally allowed to drive a manual car in the future. This means that you will have a restriction on your license, allowing you to drive only automatic cars until you pass the manual test.

Automatic driving lessons can suit learners with different abilities and needs. They can benefit learners who struggle with coordination or have difficulty mastering the clutch and gear shifting in a manual car. Automatic lessons can also be a good option for those who want to learn to drive quickly or need a driving license for mobility reasons.

Yes, you can switch from manual to automatic driving lessons, depending on your preference and needs. However, it’s important to note that switching between manual and automatic lessons may require additional practice and training as the driving techniques and skills can be different. You may need to learn how to drive without manual gear shifting if you switch from manual to automatic.

Yes, you can switch from automatic to manual driving lessons to learn how to drive a manual transmission vehicle. However, learning the different manual car operation techniques may require additional lessons and practice.

Automatic driving lessons may be slightly more expensive than manual driving lessons due to the higher cost of automatic transmission vehicles.

No, passing your driving test in an automatic car only qualifies you to drive automatic transmission vehicles. You will need to pass a separate driving test for manual car driving.

No, you do not need to bring your automatic car for lessons. Our driving centre provides automated transmission vehicles for your driving lessons.

Yes, you can book automatic driving lessons online through our website or by contacting our driving centre directly. We offer online booking for your convenience.

Driving Instructor Kingston South West London


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One-to-one driving tuition – No Piggyback.

We offer 1, 1 ½, & 2 hours of lessons. We recommend two hours.

We charge per hour, not per lesson.

We offer theory training on a one-to-one basis.

Fully licensed, insured, dual-controlled cars.

You can take lessons in your own car.

Pick & drop service from home, college, university or workplace.

Intensive courses (5 / 7 / 15 days) to pass the test.

No extra charges for evening/weekend lessons.

A number of our instructors are multi-lingual.

All our instructors are DBS (CRB) checked.

Specialised in test route

We have mock test experts.

Specialist instructors for learners with difficulties.

Our team includes Pass Plus registered instructors.

Your complaints stay confidential & fairly handled.

Early test booking service for your convenience.

We offer Vehicles for driving tests.

We have the best pass rate.

100% of our recently passed pupils recommend us.

Driving Instructor Kingston South West London

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