I've booked my lesson, now what?

So you have booked your first lesson with us. We hope you can contain your excitement.

Within the next few working days you will receive a phone call or text from your driving instructor to confirm your first lesson.

So if this is your first lesson you may be feeling a little apprehensive and have some questions.

  • Will I be driving on roads for my first lesson?
  • What do I need to bring with me?
  • Will my instructor pick me up?
  • What knowledge should I have before my first lesson?

These are all very valid questions and in this article we will try to answer the most common questions about your first driving lesson.

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5 tips that will help calm your nerves as a learner driver

Do you feel a wave of anxiety when you think about driving? Is it something that you resent rather than look forward to and enjoy.

Here are 5 top tips to relax and allow yourself to enjoy the process of learning to drive.

  1. Find the right driving instructor
  2. Remember everyone was once a learner
  3. Don’t overthink mistakes
  4. Ask your instructor to practice something you are worried about
  5. There is no rush to pass
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How to book my first driving lesson

Booking your first driving lesson can be an extremely stressful experience with many questions you must ask yourself;

  • Who should I choose?
  • Does the instructor have the proper license?
  • How much will the first lesson cost?
  • What if I don’t get on with my instructor?

These are all fair questions to ask yourself and it can all seem a like a lot to deal with.

To make things harder it can be very difficult to get in contact and ask driving instructors these questions. Not to mention that a lot of driving instructors are also already fully booked.

A lot of problems which really don’t help when starting to learn to drive.

This is where we can help.

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