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Driving Lessons in / near Wimbledon

They passed with Atlas - you can too!

Why Atlas?

Professional Manual or Automatic Lessons Custom One To One Instruction We Can Also Give Advanced Lessons (Pass Plus)
Good with Nervous Pupils We Work at Your Pace, and When It Suits You One to One Instruction, No Teacher or Car Changes

Our Wimbledon Pupils Say...

I passed my driving test on Saturday and I could not have done it without Peter. Ten years ago I had some pretty awful driving instructors, failed my test twice, and gave up trying. Earlier this year I decided to try again and luckily I found Peter. I was very nervous getting into the car again but I needn't have been. Peter has been a great teacher and was very patient and understanding during my lessons. He is fantastic and I highly recommend him. Louise

Peter's a great instructor - very thorough - and always pushed me to improve even the little things. He's VERY passionate about driving properly, which is great, and when we focused on my weak areas he was very purposeful in making sure I got them to a high standard. The only downside is that he's a Tottenham fan, but he helped me pass my test so I'll ignore that! I would definitely recommend him - just be prepared to not try cutting any corners and to be on the ball for every lesson! Olu

Call Atlas today...

... if you're looking for driving lessons in and around Wimbledon (SW19, SW20), Merton, or Merton Park, Colliers Wood, Southfields and surrounding areas.

If you want to see lesson prices please type your postcode into our search form.

Finding a Good Driving School: Atlas' Tips

Our Top Tips to Identify a Quality Driving School

Cheap Lessons Might Not Be Good Lessons

Why is a good quality driving instructor worth paying a little more for? First, because you probably won't need so many lessons. Second, because you will likely increase your chances of success at the Practical Test.

How Much Time is Devoted to a Lesson?

If it's not at least one hour then you're better looking elsewhere. And, once you have made a little progress, two hours is usually the best length for driving practice. Plus, only one-to-one supervision and instruction should be counted as 'lesson time'.

Is There a Licence in the Teacher's Car?

This is proof that they are an ADI (or Approved Driving Instructor) - that is, a professional regulated by the DVSA. ADIs do more than gain their qualification once: they have to keep passing further practical exams to keep it.

Are You Learning in a 'Dual Control' Car?

There should be an extra set of foot pedals on the passenger side. These allow the instructor to apply the brakes or help you change gear.

Theory Test

If you're unsure how to go about studying for the Theory Test, your instructor should help.

Is the Instructor Making & Keeping Lesson Notes?

These are important, because they are a record of your preparedness to pass your practical driving test by demonstrating, in the words of the DVSA, "the skills, knowledge and understanding they need to be a safe and responsible car or light van driver".

Are You Learning at a Steady Pace?

It's widely agreed that a pupil should have 'on the road' experience at least once a week, (although crash courses with practice every day don't actually work for that many people either). Our personal recommendation is for a two hour lesson every week.

Is a Pre-Test Lesson a Priority?

Any reputable driving school knows that the best chance of Practical Test success comes right after a lesson, when the pupil has already been put through their paces on everything they might be asked to do.

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