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Driving Lessons Horsforth

About Driving School
Aim Driving School offers driving lessons in Horsforth, West Yorkshire. We were established in 2002 and has a qualified member of the Registrar of Approved Driving Instructors. With a number of year’s experience of instructing, and over 20 years experience of driving, Aim Driving School is the right choice for you. Lessons are taught in a dual controlled car which is fully insured. Pupils are taught on a one to one basis. Each lesson is professionally structured towards the student’s ability, which is monitored and recorded throughout the training program. Not every student has the same ability to drive; therefore learning to drive is not dependent on the number of lessons a pupil has had. At Aim driving School we take this into consideration and tailor each lesson to the learner’s ability.

Pass Plus approved driving instructor (ADI) services

Pass Plus training takes at least 6 hours. It has 6 modules, covering driving:

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  • in town
  • in all weathers
  • on rural roads
  • at night
  • on dual carriageways
  • on motorways
  • Quick answer Driving test costs Not what you're looking for? ↓ A car theory test costs £31 and the car practical test normally costs £62 - the full rates for different vehicles are shown in the tables. These are the prices to book your test using the official service. Unofficial websites may charge more.

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    Test type Weekday Evening, weekend and bank holiday
    Theory test £31 £31
    Abridged theory test £24 £24
    Practical test £62 £75

     

    User News

    To get your first provisional driving licence online for a car, motorcycle or moped you need to:

    • be a resident of Great Britain (there’s a different service inNorthern Ireland)
    • meet the minimum age requirement
    • meet the minimum eyesight requirement
    • not be prevented from driving for any reason
    • pay £50 by MasterCard, Visa, Electron, Maestro or Delta debit or credit card
    • have a valid UK passport or other form of identity
    • have your National Insurance number if known
    • provide addresses where you’ve lived for the last 3 years

    You can apply up to 3 months before you can start driving. You can normally start driving on your 17th birthday if you want to drive a car and your 16th birthday if you want to drive a motorcycle or moped.

    If you’re getting the higher rate of the mobility component of Disability Living Allowance (DLA) you can drive at 16.