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Senior Woman Driving

Frequently Asked Questions

The Driving Standards Agency recommends around 44 hours of instruction plus practice. This is just an average figure and it’s important to remember that everyone is different. We'll keep tabs on your driving progress and let you know how close you are to taking (and passing) your driving test


Q. How often should I have my driving lessons?

A. It's up to you, but 1 session of around 2 hours a week, or 2 sessions of 1 hour a week would keep you on target.


Q. How much do I need to know about driving before starting driving lessons?

A. Nothing or everything! We'll get you driving from scratch or help you pass the final furlong.


Q. I am really nervous about starting to drive, what should I do?

A. Talk to us and we will make sure we work at the right pace and that you are at your ease.


Q. I don't live in Cirencester, Tetbury, Stroud, Cheltenham, Swindon or the Cotswolds, but I want driving lessons with you, can you help?

A. Absolutely, give us a call and we will try to sort something for you!


Q. May I have a female driving instructor?

A. Yes, let us know and we will organise a female driving instructor for you.


Q. OK, how do I get started with my driving lessons?

A. Make sure you have your provisional driving licence, and that your eyesight is OK and either get in touch by phone or e-mail or book online and we'll organise a preliminary driving lesson.

Q. When should I book my theory and practical tests?

A. You can normally get a theory test within 4 weeks. When you have passed your theory test you have 2 years to pass your practical before needing to take your theory again. Discuss with your instructor how long they think you should be having lessons before taking your test - everyone will be different!

Q. Which test centres do you cover?

A. Cheltenham, Chippenham, Gloucester and Swindon.


Q. What happens if I don't get on with my driving instructor?

A. Don’t worry, not everybody clicks. We'll arrange another driving instructor for you - no pressure.

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