Learn More About Our Bournemouth Driving Lessons
Now that you’ve read through a brief introduction of our services, we’d like to take this opportunity to answer some of the most frequently asked questions we receive. Hopefully, these answers should give you a better understanding of what to expect from our driving lessons in Bournemouth.
How Much Do Our Driving Lessons Cost?
At Kinghams Driving School, we work with those who’ve previously operated a vehicle and those starting from scratch. If you’ve never stepped foot behind the wheel of a car before, we’ll offer you a 90-minute assessment lesson for just £30! This gives you a whopping £20 off your first lesson and is a great way to get to know our driving instructor. You can then decide whether we’re the right choice for driving lessons, Bournemouth residents.
From there on out our driving lessons in Bournemouth are priced at £35 (£36 for automatic lessons) per 1-hour lesson. For a 2-hour session, you’re looking to pay £66 for both manual and automatic lessons. Paying for the longer slot allows you more time with your instructor and brings down your lesson’s cost compared to two 1-hour slots. For an even bigger discount, we recommend booking a 10-hour block, which will cost you £310 for both manual and automatic lessons.
Please note that our block lessons are non-refundable and non-transferrable. Block lessons can be taken either intensively, daily, or weekly to suit you. For more information or to discuss our prices with us, call Kinghams Driving School today.
How Many Lessons Will You Need?
The short answer is – how long is a piece of string? Everybody is different, and some have a natural aptitude for driving while others do not. If you’re well-coordinated and take to driving like a natural, you likely will require the standard number of lessons or fewer. In comparison, someone who isn’t well-coordinated might take longer before they are ready. What’s important to bear in mind is that when you book driving lessons in Bournemouth with us, we never push you to go faster than you’re comfortable with.
On average, around 46 hours of professional tuition are usually required, along with a significant amount of private practice to ensure a high probability of passing the practical test. But no two students are the same. We’ve had students with previous road experience pass their test with less than 20 hours of training. Another student with no prior experience passed with less than 30 hours of training.