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Learn driving in Herne Hill within your budget

At Herne Hill Driving School, we offer affordably priced driving lessons on all manual and automatic vehicles. We also sell driving lesson gift vouchers that encourage friends and family members to get behind the wheel for the first time under the supervision of our highly experienced ADI instructors. If you have been planning to learn driving in Herne Hill, contact our staff today.

Our Top Tips

Congratulations! You've passed your driving test! Now the lessons are behind you, you can drive a car unaccompanied. However,
it's still important to take everything you've learnt with you along the way. Here are some tips to remember:

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Remember all you have been taught. Keep all the good driving habits that you've learnt from the lessons you've had. You were taught them for a reason and you should put them into practice. These lessons are vital to the safety of yourself and other road users. 

If you keep in mind all that you were taught in your lessons, you will become a safe and good driver for life.

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Become Instinctive

Learn to become instinctive with your driving. Becoming an instinctive driver will come with time but you can start the process straight away by being careful and aware.

Predicting the action of other road users helps to keep everyone safe.

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Stay Alert

Driving on your own requires a heightened level of concentration. Make sure you allow plenty of time for your journey.

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Drive Defensively

If you encounter an aggressive driver, stay out of their way. Getting involved in a senseless the argument should be avoided at all times.

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Advanced tuition

Pass Plus courses and motorway lessons are recommended. It's a good idea to call us again in snowy conditions if you want to learn how to drive in poor weather conditions.

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Avoid Distractions

Mobile phones, loud music and loud friends are not good for your concentration when driving.

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Drugs & Alcohol

Avoid drugs and alcohol at all costs. Your licence it at risk if you use either. Also, check prescribed medication before you drive to ensure it won’t make you drowsy.

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Basic Tools

Keep some basic tools in the car such as a screwdriver, pliers, an adjustable spanner, a torch and wheel-changing equipment. It's also a good idea to join a breakdown recovery service.

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Learn some general maintenance. Take care of the basics such as water, oil, electrics, bulbs and windscreen washers. Don't forget to check the petrol gauge and have your car serviced regularly (at least once a year).

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Your 1st car

When buying your first car, always make sure you get the V5C. The V5C is your registration certificate for the car and you must have one of these. Go online and get the Vehicles history checked, this cost a few pounds . Take advice from a family member, a mechanic or someone close to you who has experience buying a car.

Pass Faster with Herne Hill Driving School

Contact us today to see what Herne Hill Driving School can do for you.
Call us on 07950 780 298