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Learn to drive quickly, safely, economically - and pass your test first time!
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SPECIAL OFFER FOR BEGINNERS
5 HOURS FOR £99*
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Naturally you want to learn to drive and pass your test as soon as possible so that you can enjoy the freedom of the road - so you’re all ready to Go!

That’s why you can’t make a better choice than Go Driving Tuition! Based in south Manchester, Go will help you to pass your driving test safely, swiftly and at a reasonable cost. So we’ll offer you a course of lessons to match your budgets and needs; then we’ll ensure that you develop good driving habits from the start - and we’ll show you how to use your driving skills to pass your driving test first time!

Our aim - your success

At Go, our aim is to ensure that you’re driving safely and independently as soon as possible, so our team of highly trained A Grade instructors (all approved by the Driving Vehicle Standards Agency) will coach you in a calm, reassuring and positive driving environment. So no wonder we have excellent first-time pass rates plus a top reputation! What’s more, our growing business is largely from personal recommendations from happy, satisfied customers who’ve passed with Go!

Book a lesson
Please complete the form to email us about learning to drive and booking lessons with Go Driving Tuition. If you prefer to speak to one of our friendly team you can contact us on the telephone numbers below or text GO for a FREE call back.

Tel:
07988 753 966 or 07951 238 576

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Email:
ar@go-drivingtuition.com

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Monday - Sunday 9am - 9pm


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OUR PRICES
Learner lessons: £28 per hour
Pass Plus Complete Course: £200

Block Booking Packages
GO 10: 10 hours tuition for £275 (£27.50 per hour)
GO 15: 15 hours tuition for £405 (£27 per hour)
GO 20: 20 hours tuition for £530 (£26.50 per hour)

You can choose to take lessons of 1 hour, 1.5 hours and 2 hours.

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OUR CARS

Enjoy your driving – with smart Go car!

We want you to enjoy a positive, enjoyable driving experience at Go, so our cars are smart, modern and well equipped - plus they’re responsive, compact and easy to drive. As well as being immaculately well maintained, clean and tidy, all our vehicles have a wide range of safety and comfort features, including:

  • High safety rating
  • Dual controls
  • Excellent all-round visibility
  • Fully adjustable seats
  • Air-conditioning
  • Power steering
  • Electric windows and mirrors
  • ABS braking system

OUR INSTRUCTORS

Building your confidence and skills

You can be sure of feeling absolutely safe and at ease when you take driving lessons with Go; all our instructors have been graded an A, following an official DVSA assessment. This means our instructors are in the top percentage in the country.

Focus on you
Friendly, patient and calm, our instructors are particularly experienced in making first-time and nervous drivers comfortable and at home behind the wheel. Professional, courteous and reliable, they’ll provide excellent one-to-one tuition and give you 100% dedication and care.

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    OUR LESSONS

    Lessons - utilising the best modern training techniques

    You’ll benefit from the latest drive-training techniques at Go Driving Tuition. These follow a DVSA syllabus, and can be tailored to meet your individual needs and abilities. At the start of every lesson, you’ll know what the objectives are, plus we’ll teach you any new subjects in an easy-to-follow manner. At the end of the lesson, you’ll know how you got on and the aims of the next lesson - and if you’re doing any private driving practice, we’ll also give you tips on what you need to work on.

    Refresher Courses
    If you are nervous and daunted by driving, or have not driven for a long time. You can benefit from having some time behind the wheel with a professional instructor next to you to build your confidence. It may be motorway driving preventing you from travelling to visit friends or parking which stops you visiting your favourite shops. Whatever the reason contact us to discuss how we can help you get the confidence back.

        USEFUL INFORMATION

        Vital driving information – right here!

        Obtaining a provisional licence
        Before you can start learning to drive, you need a provisional driving licence. To apply for it, you must complete the application form D1 that's available from either the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) form-ordering service – or from your local Post Office. Alternatively you can now apply for a provisional licence online. Visit www.direct.gov.uk and follow the directions. It takes about 4 weeks for your application to be processed and for your licence to be sent to you – so if you want to start learning to drive as soon as you hit 17, make sure you apply early!

        Theory test
        The theory test is made up of two parts; a multiple choice section and a hazard perception test. When you take your theory test, the multiple choice section is delivered using a touch-screen computer and mouse, while the hazard perception test records your responses through the use of a computer mouse button. You'll need to pass both parts to successfully complete your theory test. If you pass one part and fail the other, you'll fail the whole test, and will have to take both parts again.

        You can book your theory test through the Driving Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) website.

        Practical test
        When you take your practical test, but before you do any driving, you'll be asked to perform an eyesight check and then be asked one vehicle show me tell me question. During the test you will be asked to perform a show me question on the move. Your Go instructor will ensure you know these questions well in advance of the test. You'll then be tested on your general driving ability, including one reverse exercise. You will also be asked to drive independently for approximately 20 mins following either Sat Nav or signs. The practical driving part of your test will last about 40 minutes. Throughout the test, your examiner will be looking for evidence that you've reached an overall safe standard of driving, as you carry out both general and specific manoeuvres. You can make up to 15 driving faults and still pass the test, but 16 or more driving faults results in a fail. However, if you commit just one serious or dangerous fault, you'll fail the test automatically.

        You can book your practical test through the Driving Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) website. Your Go instructor will advise you when you should apply for your test, taking into account the waiting time at your local DSA test centre.

        Bring the right documentation!
        You must bring the following items with you to the test. If you don't, the Driving Vehicles Standards Agency (DVSA) may refuse to carry out the test and you may lose your fee;

        • The appropriate theory test pass certificate
        • Your appointment confirmation of your test time and date
        • Bring your photo card licence. If you don't your test will not take place and you'll lose your fee
        • If you have an old-style paper licence, you must take your signed driving licence and separate approved photo identification with you.

        Links
        DVLA: Apply for your Driving Licence.
        DVSA: Book your theory and practical tests online
        Vehicle Safety Questions: The DVSA list of practical test questions to help you revise
        The Highway Code: For information on the Highway Code.
        Pass Plus: Training course aimed at new drivers.
        Think!: The Governments Road Safety Website.
        Brake: The Road Safety Charity.
        RoSPA: The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents.

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        TERMS and conditions

        1) Driving Licence

        1. Customers MUST personally ensure that they are the holders of a valid, signed, current driving licence - which must be produced at the first lesson, and will be regularly checked by their driving instructor.
        2. Customers MUST inform their driving instructor if they receive any endorsements on their licence during the time they are receiving tuition.
        3. Customers MUST inform their driving instructor of any disabilities they have that might affect their ability to drive.

        2) Driving Tuition

        1. Lessons normally start from the customer's home, college or a place agreed by mutual arrangement.
        2. Lessons will be agreed usually beforehand. It is the responsibility of the customer to remember the agreed time and pick up location.
        3. In their own interest customers are advised to be punctual for appointments. The instructor will wait for up to 15 minutes. A reciprocal waiting time may be necessary for the arrival of the instructor who may be delayed due to some unforseen circumstance. The lesson will commence from the appointed time or the time of the instructors arrival if that should be later.
        4. The instructor reserves the right to withhold the use of the training vehicle for a lesson, if in the opinion of the instructor the customer is:
        • Medically unfit (including eyesight)
        • Under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
        • Is not properly licensed to drive.
        • Consistently fails to keep, or is late for appointments.
        • Falls into arrears over payment.
        • If, for any other reason, the instructor considers the customer will be unsafe to handle a motor vehicle.

        3) Customer Wellbeing

        1. In the interest of comfort and safety, customers are advised to wear suitable footwear and comfortable clothing which does not restrict movement, please ask your instructor for any advice you may require.

        4) Postponement of a lesson by the Driving Instructor

        1. If, due to a vehicle failure or other emergency a lesson must be postponed at short notice, an alternative appointment will be made with mutual consent. If the postponement is a driving test, the instructor will be responsible for the test fee if it cannot be cancelled within the required time, regardless of the customer's continuation of lessons with the instructor.
        2. Driving tests take priority over lessons; therefore, pre-booked lessons may have to be cancelled or postponed if the instructor receives short notice of a driving test appointment.
        3. Except as provided for in 1) above, the instructor will give notice of rearrangement or postponement of a lesson within the same time limit as the instructor imposes upon a customer postponing or cancelling a lesson.

        5) Tuition Fees

        1. Payment for the first lesson is required to secure an appointment booked in advance.
        2. Block bookings are non refundable.

        6) Postponement or Cancellation of Lessons by the customer

        1. At least 24 hours' notice of postponement or cancellation of a lesson is required. Please note that Saturday, Sunday and public holidays are not counted as working days. Late cancellations may be charged for at the published rate.  
        2. Notice to the instructor shall be deemed to have been served on the day that the communication is received, where it is timed and recorded.  

        7) Postponement or Cancellation of test

        1. THE INSTRUCTOR CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY POSTPONEMENT OR CANCELLATION OF A TEST BY THE TESTING AUTHORITY - AT WHATEVER NOTICE.
        2. Customers should note that where lessons or tuition vehicle hire are cancelled at short notice, because of a cancellation by the testing authority, fees are still payable. It may be possible for customers to claim lost fees from the testing authority.

        8) Instructor Guarantee

        1. The instructor guarantees that only legally authorised instructors will give tuition.
        2. Instructors' official authorising documents will be displayed on the windscreen of the car, and my be inspected freely at any time.

        9) The Driving Test

        1. Your instructor will advise the appropriate time to make an application for both the theory and driving tests. The advice will be based on the customer's progress to date. It does NOT imply that the necessary standard has been reached, or that it will for certain be reached by the appointed test date, the instructor will not hesitate to advice, where necessary, the postponement of the test. This condition is intended to save the client expense, unnecessary failure, and the consequent delay in waiting for another test and obtaining a full licence.
        2. The instructor reserves the right to withhold the use of the tuition vehicle for test purposes.

        10) Insurance

        1. School cars are fully insured for tuition and driving tests.
        2. No liability of any kind can be accepted by the instructor for the loss of, or damage to any property belonging to, or in the possession of the customer.

        11) Legal Liability

        1. Customers should be aware that their instructor's primary objective is to promote road safety, and in doing so, will have to issue instructions which customers must be prepared to carry out without undue argument.
        2. The instructor will make every effort to train you to the highest standard, but can in no way be held liable for any errors you commit whilst driving and not accompanied by your instructor either before or after a test pass.
        3. During an official driving test the client is in charge of the vehicle and is liable for any fines or charges levied as a result of any motoring offence committed.  
        Click here to download a PDF version of our Terms & Conditions

        * Special Offer

        1. Special offer is available to new customers who are beginners. The offer is payable in full and in advance of lessons beginning. The hours are split into the first 3 hours with the remaining 2 hours for taking the practical driving test.

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