- High Pass Rate
- All of our tuition cars are dual-controlled
- Regular lessons of 1, 1.5 or 2 hour sessions
- Semi-intensive courses
- Full intensive courses
- Learn quicker, with fewer lessons
- Considered to be safer to drive, as you have fewer distractions
- Less stressful, no clutch to master, no stalling worries
- No gear changes whilst moving.
- Just the two pedals, Slow and Go.
- Lessons tailored to suit your requirements
- All of our courses are available in automatic cars
Most models of modern cars are now offered with an automatic version, and is now becoming a popular way to learn to drive, and gain your independence.
We started giving automatic tuition in 2004 with a single automatic instructor, we now have several automatic instructors, offering quality tuition across most of Hertfordshire. All of our courses are now available in automatic cars. Bear in mind that once you pass your test in an automatic car you will only be able to drive automatic cars. Should you wish to upgrade to manual cars you will need to take a further driving test. However if you are nervous about learning to drive, why not start in an automatic and move to a manual car once you have gained some road experience?
Why Learn In An Automatic?
Automatic cars don't have a clutch system to master, saving lesson time, and saving you money, and more importantly don't cause you stress and frustration, as automatics are always in the correct gear, and don't stall. You can then concentrate more on traffic situations and approaching hazards.
Why Are Automatic Lessons Slighly More Expensive Than Manual?
Automatic cars are generally slightly less fuel efficient, and tend to wear brake components more than manual cars, this is reflected in the lesson prices.