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Driving Lessons Northwood Hills

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Driving Lessons Northwood Hills

Are you looking for driving lessons in North West London? Love 2 Pass Driving School is a constantly expanding driving school, established in 2009. We have an excellent reputation and believe this is because we simply love what we do. We operate in Ruislip, Pinner, Eastcote, Northwood, South Oxhey and other areas in North West London.

All Love 2 Pass driving instructors are experienced, calm, patient, friendly and professional. We believe that driving is a skill for life, and that teaching someone to drive is more than just getting them through a test. We deliver comprehensive, structured training, tailored to meet the needs of each individual student.

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AUTOMATIC LESSONS

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Learn to Drive with Love 2 Pass Driving School in Northwood Hills

Our fleet of vehicles has been carefully chosen to enable you to learn in a safe and comfortable environment. We have many cars in our fleet including top-of-the-range Ford Fiesta ST3s. We also have electric vehicles in our fleet as we work towards a more eco future.

Love 2 Pass has selected cars with controls that are easy to use and give a good clear view of the road. All of our cars are maintained all year round to the highest standards. All of our cars are fitted with dual controls, which allows the instructor to safely stop the car in case of emergency. To learn to drive on the motorway, you must by law be with an Approved Driving Instructor with dual controls.

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Driving Lessons Northwood Hills

Automatic Driving Lessons Northwood Hills

Before you begin driving lessons, consider whether you’d prefer to learn in a manual or automatic vehicle. Manual transmission is not for everyone. Many people actually prefer driving in an automatic vehicle. If you have a disability that prevents you from safely changing gears, an automatic could be the way to go.

If you’re learning to drive in a congested urban area, automatic transmission may be more convenient. Because of the stop-go nature of driving in congested areas, you’d otherwise be constantly changing gears.
Learning to drive in an automatic is easier in some ways, and you may end up taking fewer lessons and receiving your licence sooner. However, you will only be qualified to drive an automatic if you pass your test in one.

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Female Driving Instructor Lessons Northwood Hills

Would you like to learn to drive with a female instructor? Some people simply prefer to take lessons with a female instructor, and others may feel less comfortable having a male instructor. It is critical that you feel at ease with your instructor so that you can relax and concentrate on learning to drive. If you’d prefer a female instructor, we’ll do our best to accommodate you.

Our female driving instructor Laura has a lot of experience working with nervous drivers to help them gain confidence on the road. Having lived in the area for so long, Laura is able to give you the best driving lessons in the area, so whether we need to teach you how to reverse park or drive on a dual carriageway, Love 2 Pass can take you on a route to cover every aspect of learning to drive.

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Intensive Driving Courses Northwood Hills

Love 2 Pass offers intensive driving courses in Northwood Hills. They are the fastest way to learn to drive to take the official DVSA driving test, pass and gain a full UK car driving licence.

If you don’t want to spend months or years learning to drive, an intensive driving course may be able to help you pass your test in as little as two weeks. The DVSA claims that learner drivers need an average of 47 lessons before passing their practical test. This can be costly, which is why there has been an increase in driving courses that allow you to learn in shorter, more intensive periods of time.

Intensive Driving Courses Northwood Hills

There is no legal requirement for how many driving lessons you must take, or how many hours you must put in before taking your practical driving test. Intensive driving lessons, also known as crash courses, are designed for people who need to pass their driving test quickly – usually within two weeks. You’ll attend classes that can last anywhere from 2 to 4 hours per day. We usually split two 2-hour lessons, one in the morning and one in the evening.

Aside from attempting to absorb enough information to pass the test, there are a few other factors to consider. To take the course, you must have a provisional UK driving licence, and if driving your own car, learner driver insurance. We need you to have already passed your theory test, and be able to demonstrate a basic level of skill.

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FAQS

Do You offer driving lessons near me?

We offer driving lessons in the following areas:

Eastcote, Harefield, Hatch End, Headstone, Ickenham, Moor Park, North Harrow, Northwood, Northwood Hills, Pinner, Rayners Lane, Rickmansworth, Ruislip, Ruislip Manor, South Oxhey and South Ruislip.
If you are just outside these areas, please call us, as we may be able to accommodate you depending on location.

How many lessons does it usually take to pass a driving test?

Most students pass after 20 to 30 hours with Love 2 Pass.

Will you pick me up for my driving lesson?

Yes, we will pick you up if you are within the areas listed above.

If you are just outside these areas, please call us, as we may be able to accommodate you depending on location.

How do I get my provisional driving licence?

Get your first provisional driving licence for a car, motorbike, moped or other vehicle from the DVLA online. To apply you must:

It costs £34 to apply online. You can pay by MasterCard, Visa, Electron or Delta debit or credit card.

You’ll need:

an identity document, such as your passport;
addresses where you’ve lived for up to the last 3 years.
You might be asked for additional information, such as your National Insurance number, if you know it.

You’ll get a confirmation email from DVLA after you’ve applied.

Your licence should arrive within one week if you apply online. It may take longer if the DVLA needs to make additional checks.

You can Apply Here

This information was correct as of February 2023; the cost and rules may change after this date.

Can I have a driving lesson before I pass my theory test?

Yes, you do not need to have passed your theory test in order to start driving lessons. All you need is your provisional licence.

Should I have manual or automatic driving lessons?

Keep in mind that if you learn to drive in an automatic vehicle, you will only be able to drive automatic cars in the future. However, if you learn to drive in a manual car, you can pick whether you want to drive a manual or automatic vehicle after passing your test. A manual licence covers both manual and automatic vehicles, whereas an automated licence exclusively covers automatic vehicles.

When deciding between manual and automatic driving instruction, there are several factors to consider:

It takes longer to master driving a manual car. If you're learning to drive a manual vehicle, there are more skills to master, such as clutch control and shifting gears; these are not features of an automatic vehicle, thus there are fewer skills to learn.

In general, it is less expensive to insure a manual car, as the majority of automatic equivalents fall into a higher risk category.

Learning to drive in an automatic vehicle may reduce the number of driving lessons required to pass the driving test.

If you've been struggling with learning to drive a manual car, switching to an automatic car could make a difference in whether you pass your test or not.

A driver with a disability may require an automatic transmission out of necessity.

In a few years, it is expected that the majority of cars will have automatic transmission, as many hybrid vehicles and all-electric vehicles are automatic.

If you are still uncertain, call us to discuss the pros and cons of manual and automatic lessons.

How many driving lessons a week should I take?

The continuity of driving lessons is vital. The more frequently you drive, the better. You will progress faster the more lesson time you have. It is recommended that you book a minimum of one 2-hour lesson per week when you start learning to drive.

Can I learn to drive with a female driving instructor through Love 2 Pass?

Yes, we will make every effort to accommodate those who specifically request a female driving instructor. We understand that some people prefer to take lessons from women.

Is an Intensive driving course right for me?

If you are unsure how much training you need, your Love 2 Pass driving instructor should be able to provide you with an assessment to determine which course is best for you. Taking an intensive course could be less expensive. Many people choose an intensive driving course because the cost of weekly driving lessons and taking a test can be expensive. Your course instructor will teach you the necessary skills and knowledge to pass your practical driving test. The test, however, will be administered by an official DVSA examiner who will review your performance on the day.