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Driving Lessons in Brixton, Clapham, Battersea, Wandsworth

They passed with Atlas - you can too!

Why Atlas?

Both Automatic & Manual Lessons Learning Built Around You Advanced Teaching for Newly Qualified Drivers
Friendly Instructors to Put You at Ease Lessons At Your Convenience One Pupil, One Instructor, One Car - Every Time

Our Pupils Say...

I passed today with absolutely no errors. What can I say about Pete? I will miss my lessons with him. He is brilliant, patient, and very calming. He will 'tell you off', pick up on your bad habits, and will focus on anything you need to pass your test. Thank you once again for getting me through my test; I look forward to doing my Pass Plus with you! Daniella, Brixton

I was really lucky to have Peter as my instructor. He was friendly and easy to get on with. He helped me get my driving licence but, most importantly, he taught me how to drive safely and with confidence. I recommend him to anyone who values being a safe driver and who wants to be able to drive even the most congested roads full of confidence. Yohannes, Clapham

We have instructors standing by...

... in all parts of Brixton (SW2 and SW9), Clapham (SW4), Battersea (SW11), Wandsworth (SW18) and nearby Brixton Hill, Clapham Park, Earlsfield, Southfields, Streatham Hill, Stockwell, Tulse Hill and Wandsworth Common.

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Finding a Good Driving School: Atlas' Tips

Weighing Up Your Prospective Driving School

Don't Make 'Lesson Price' Your Sole Consideration

The true measure of how much driving lessons cost you comes from:

Paying Per Lesson? Find Out Exactly What You Get

If the price you see is not 'per hour' then make sure you know how long a lesson is in advance. It should be at least one hour in our opinion. And your lesson should only start once you're actually in the driver's seat.

Look For The ADI Licence

It's illegal to charge money for driving lessons unless you are an Approved Driving Instructor. ADIs are regularly re-assessed by the Driver Vehicle Standards Agency, which means an assessor sitting in on teaching. Your ADI's licence must be visible.

Check the Instructor's Car

It's important that the car is what's known as 'dual control' - that is, your instructor can brake and use the clutch from the passenger seat.

Theory Test

Does your teacher offer to help with your Theory Test?

Is There a Proper Lesson Plan In Operation?

The DVSA are in charge of driving standards in the UK, and they publish guidelines on the level of competence and awareness expected of a licensed driver. Your lessons should be working towards this level of achievement, and your instructor should know how ready you are.

Can You Get a Lesson When You Want One?

The evidence shows that nearly every learner driver does best with between one and two hours' practice per every week. At Atlas we favour two-hour lessons, as close to seven days apart as possible.

What About a Lesson Before Your Test?

To stand the best chance of passing your Practical Test you need a lesson immediately before; one that ends as you pull into the test centre. Any driving school that cares knows this.

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