Four Hours' Driving Tuition With Practical Test for £55 at Elite Driving School (Up to 62% Off)
- Provider of driving instruction for over 21 years
- High first time pass rate
- Four hours of driving instruction from an expert instructor
- Two initial 90 minute lessons
- One hour of instruction on day of the included practical test
- Pick-up and drop-off service
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 48 hour cancellation policy. Must be 17 or older with valid UK provisional driving licence. New drivers only. Practical test available Mon-Fri only. Valid in HU1-13 and HU17 postcodes only. Initial 3 hours of instruction must be taken as two 90 minute lessons. Final 1 hour must be taken on day of practical test. Manual instruction only. Original value based on most expensive options.
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Although an unlikely group, driving instructors, rap stars, and barbeque chefs tend to bond over their love of shining grilles. Cook up some skills with today’s Groupon: £55 for four hours of driving tuition with practical test at Elite Driving School.
Having bestowed expert advice in the pressing of pedals for more than 21 years, Elite Driving School continues on its unerring road towards helping ever more nervy novices evolve into beaming licence holders. The instructors proudly boast a high first time practical test pass rate and an ethos of teaching with friendly smiles and honest feedback. Intensive courses and theory advice are all on offer, and the instructors dispense their well-oiled wisdom while providing pick-up and drop-off services from home, school, or work.
Beckoning the skills of an Elite Driving sensei, beginners can enjoy four hours of driving instruction and a practical test. Customers will begin with two 90 minute lessons, learning the basic procedures and making their crucial first impressions on the tarmac. Learners can also enjoy one hours of instruction on the day of their practical test, shaking away any last minute jitters with the aid of astute advice before trying to earn that crucial tick.