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Learn To Drive With Advanced Driving Instructors In Hounslow

Let us introduce you to the advanced driving instructors at Mary Driving School – Sam and Mary. Their combined seven years of experience in the industry is reason enough for you to choose them as your driving instructors in Isleworth, Feltham, Ashford, Staines, Southall, Hayes, Greenford, Uxbridge, West Drayton, Northolt, Hanwell, and surrounding areas around Hounslow. Sam and Mary drive our commitment to producing proficient, responsible, and confident drivers. Their journey began with a shared vision, and their expertise has grown exponentially over the years. Known for their effective teaching methods and unwavering dedication to road safety, they've earned a reputation as leaders in the field. Contact us to discover why Mary Driving School is the ultimate choice for comprehensive driving education.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q. How do I book my driving test?
    A. When you are ready, your instructor will arrange your test for you on payment of the DVLA booking fee. Alternatively, you can call our central booking office, provide us with your learner’s permit number and payment details, and we will arrange your test. You can book a test directly with DVLA; however, there is no guarantee that your specific instructor is available at that time.
  • Q. Should I learn to drive in an automatic or manual car?
    A. The decision to learn in an automatic transmission or a manual car depends upon many factors, including personal choice, skill level, confidence, and the cars you are able to practice in. It is important to be aware, however, that in a city, if you gain your licence in an automatic car, you are not permitted to drive a manual until you successfully pass a practical test with DVSA, in a manual vehicle.
  • Q. When will I be ready to go for the practical test?
    A. This timeframe will vary for absolutely every student. You are ready for the practical driving test when you can drive confidently and consistently without the help of your driving instructor. As you are getting closer, your instructor will run you through a mock test to demonstrate what stage you are up to.
  • Q. Why do I need to practice my driving?
    A. Driving involves combining theory with physical skills and judgement. Practice is essential, and the more practice you have, the less number of professional driving lessons you may require to be at the standard required to pass the test. Practice is vital, and the requirement is that a new driver has 40 hours of log book experience prior to sitting for their practical driving test.
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Enhance Your Driving Skills With Our Advanced Driving Instructors

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