Driving Lessons in York
Smart Drive UK is a driving school in York which you can trust. We save you time and money by taking you through a carefully designed learning process. Your driving lesson in York will follow the guidelines laid out by the Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency, meaning you’ll have confidence in the process. We’re pleased to offer a considerable amount of flexibility in our learning processes. Our video lesson mean it is possible to learn a lot even when you aren’t out on the road. Watching the in-depth videos will help reinforce learning and help you to assimilate information for the more tricky facets of driving. This ensures you will get the most from your lessons with the instructor.
We believe that your lessons ought to be packed with practical experience rather than being a monologue from your instructor. You are free to select the length of your lesson with our driving instructors in York. The Smart Drive UK guidance is the fact that lessons are ideal when between 1 and 2 hours long.Our instructors are ideal for anybody looking to take intensive lessons and pass their tests quickly.
Intensive driving lessons are not for everyone, but if you are motivated then our class can fit your demands. Fast learners are able to quickly tick off their strong areas, and concentrate their learning on the skills and knowledge they need to work on to pass the test. For the ones that need a slower pace our instructors will advance at a speed they are comfortable with, ensuring that each and every skill is assimilated with confidence. We teach in a diverse selection of car makes and models. We ensure that each car is presentable, clean and well maintained.
You can learn with the peace of mind of knowing that the instructor is your safety net, as every vehicles has dual controls. Smart Drive UK will provide you with a complete starter pack. In the pack you will discover a guide to fundamental driving routines, an appointment card and progress report, access to online training on Hazard Perception and Driving Theory, plus a safety Q & A sheet. The Pass Plus Scheme provides a number of benefits too.
The course helps new drivers to understand the knowledge, abilities and attitudes to stay safe in difficult driving conditions. The six modules of the course tackle night driving, all weather conditions, driving around town, rural driving, motorway driving and dual carriageway driving. Each module is at least an hour.It is possible to repeat any one of the modules if your progress is below the accepted standards. Finishing this course can give you increased self-confidence and enhanced competence, meaning you are less likely to be involved in a crash.
If you finish the 6 modules successfully you will be granted a certificate from the Driving & Vehicle Standards Agency. There are plenty of benefits of the course, not least you will be able to get a discount of up to 30% on your auto insurance.Smart Drive UK really is the intelligent choice for your driving classes in York.
York Beginners Packages:
All our beginners packages are complete structured lessons on the road from the first lesson.
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|5 Lesson Starter Package||£||75.00|
1 Lesson is the equivalent to 1 hour.
Beginners packages are for pupils who have had no previous experience
York Driving Lesson Prices:
|10 Hour block booking||£||225.00|
|1 Hour Motorway**||£||28.00|
|Intensive Driving Courses Available: PASS WITHIN ONE WEEK|
|15 Hours ( Previous experience 25/30 hours )||£||337.00|
|20 Hours ( Previous experience 20/25 hours )||£||450.00|
|25 Hours ( Previous experience 15 /20 hours )||£||562.00|
|30 Hours ( Previous experience 10/15 hours )||£||675.00|
|35 Hours ( Previous experience 5/10 hours )||£||787.00|
|45 Hours ( No Previous experience )||£||955.00|
|Pass Plus – Six Hours||£||165.00|
Motorway lessons are available only to qualified drivers.First lesson is free for Pupils with experience.
- Intensive courses ranging from 15 to 35 hours completed within 1-2 weeks. Intensive courses over 35 hours completed within 1, 2 or 3 weeks. Price is Per Hour.
Making a booking for driving lessons in York could not be easier! Simply give us a call on 0845 017 9778, 01903 691002 or 07760 767170 and speak to us direct. Alternatively you can send a text to: 07760 767170 leaving your name and area details for us to call you back with, Or use the contact form on this website to let us know of your requirements. We aim to respond as quickly as possible to all enquiries.
To make an online booking or enquiry with us for your driving lessons in York, click Here.
Some strange stories about England’s best historic city YORK.
Barley Hall, a medieval town house was uncovered in the 1980s from its hiding place concealed under a jumble of run down derelict offices and workshops in the centre of York, between Grape Lane and Stonegate. Alderman William Snawsell, goldsmith and Lord Mayor of York is known to have lived here at the end of the fifteenth century and the house is now lovingly restored to reflect this period and is open to the public. Silent for nearly 500 years… how many more undiscovered secrets like this does York hold….
The Black Swan at Peasholme Green was originally built as a rich merchants house and is a fine Tudor building. An inn and hostelry since the eighteenth century it still retains its original outer door complete with Black Death spy hole, which was used to check that whoever was knocking, was not infected with plague.
Guy Fawkes of Gunpowder Plot fame was born in Stonegate. Minster Library records confirm that Mr and Mrs Fawkes lived in the street. Guy attended St Peter’s School, Bootham, York and to this day the school refuses to burn effigies of their old boy on November 5th .
Jane Hodson has one of the many memorials in the Minster dedicated to her memorial. She died in 1636, presumably of exhaustion, aged 38. The wife of a chancellor to the Minster, she had given birth to 24 children.
The Bar Convent, the oldest living convent in England, established in 1686 has a beautiful neoclassical chapel dating from 1769 which has a priest’s hiding hole and eight separate exits to facilitate the escape of the congregation in the event of a raid during the time Catholicism was outlawed in Britain.