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If you’re looking for a driving lesson plan in the UK, you’ve come to the right place! There are a few different steps to getting started. First, you’ll need to make sure you have a valid UK driving licence. Then, you’ll need to find a dvsa approved driving instructor who will provide you with the necessary training. You’ll likely need to take at least 20 hours of lessons, covering topics such as road safety, vehicle control, and basic driving laws. Once you’ve completed the lessons, you’ll be able to take the driving test and, hopefully, pass on the first attempt.
Good luck with your driving journey!
Customized Lesson Plans
We understand that every learner is unique, and that’s why we tailor our lesson plans to suit your individual needs and learning pace. Whether you’re a complete beginner or need to brush up on specific skills, we’ve got you covered.
Move Off/Pull up on the right
On your very first driving lesson, you will learn about the basics of operating a car, such as how to properly adjust the mirrors, how to start the car, and how to use the hand and foot controls. Additionally, your instructor will discuss basic traffic signs and the proper way to use your mirrors. Also, you will learn how to move off and stop safely.
Turn left/right major to a minor road
Approaching junctions to turn left |Approaching junctions to turn right
Do you have any experience with junctions? What sort of junctions have you experienced? Are you familiar with the MSPSL routine?
At the end of the lesson learner driver should be able to turn left from a major to minor road safely.
MSPSL, Clutch control, Left junctions, Right junctions, Normal driving position
At the end of the lesson learner driver should be able to approach and emerge T-Junctions.
MSPSL, T-Junctions, Turn right-major to a minor road, Cutting Corners
At the end of the lesson learner driver should be able to Identify, approach and deal with cross roads safely.
Use of mirrors MSPSL, Anticipation, Planning, Inviting pedestrians to cross…
At the end of the lesson learner driver should be able to identify and deal with all types of pedestrian crossings.
Adequate clearance, Less space less speed, Acceleration sense, Hold back position, Blind corners, Priority, Give way, Flashing headlights, Warning of presence.
At the end of the lesson learner driver should be able to anticipate and deal with meeting situations.
Positioning | Signaling | Priority
Wrong Lane! Take any safe exit or go around if safe?
Dealing with Multi-Lane Roundabout | Follow road markings? Lane discipline
Pull up on the right
South East London
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