Driving Lessons

 
      Driving lessons can be taken in several ways. Which is the best for you ?

 
1 Hour/Week is quite popular, usually taken by people who are in no rush to pass their driving test.

1½ Hours, for people who want to get more driving out of their lesson. This is ideal if you want to pass your test sooner rather than later.

 


 2 hrs/wk, can be taken as a double lesson or broken down into 2, 1hr lessons.
Again for a person who wants to get to test standard that little bit quicker. Or for people living out in the countryside where it may take 15/20 minutes to drive into Louth / Grimsby.

 

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 Intensive Driving Course

 

If you want to take the shortest possible route, then an intensive course may be
what you’re looking for.

 

An example is to do a 30hr intensive driving course, where you will have 6 hrs/day spread over 5 Days. The Driving test  will take place on the last hour of the course.

 
Semi-intensive Course

 

This is very similar to the above. However you can spread the lessons over 10 days rather than 5.

 


With Intensive courses a 1.5 hour assessment lesson is required to establish lessons needed.

(this applys only to pupils with some previous experience).

 

(Please note when booking intensive courses you will need to have already
passed the theory/hazard perception test)

 

Please see prices page for costs of intensive courses.

 

If you are unsure about doing an intensive course, please feel free to ring for a friendly chat.

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What happens during a driving lesson?

 

 After being greeted by your Instructor you will make yourself comfortable, making sure you can reach the main controls of the car and can get a good view from your driving mirrors.

 

The instructor will give a brief recap on the previous lesson, going over any relevant topics.
You will then be given a short brief on the current lesson to be taken, using a coloured presenter. The brief consists of using Q & A and diagrams to show how to safely carry out the task that is to be learnt.

 

This is then followed by the instructor asking a few questions to the pupil to see if there are any areas that the pupil is unsure of. After this the pupil then goes on to practice the task or subject of the lesson.

 

At the end, a recap on this lesson is carried out, discussing any areas that need to be covered. The instructor and pupil then set out what the next lesson plan will be and is  booked  in his diary.

 

 

Pupils are reminded of their lesson by a brief text the night before it is due.

 



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Where to find us:

   Crown School of Motoring


       Phone: 01507 609399

 

       Mobile:   07908473011

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