driving lessons radstock

Driving Lessons Radstock

Looking to Learn to Drive in Radstock?

You have come to the right place. 

 

Living in and around the Radstock area can be tricky if you do not have a driving licence. So a driving licence is very important to get to the outside world and the big cities of Bristol and Bath.


Having a driving licence will open up a whole new world for further education and job prospects. At A&M School of Motoring we don't just give you driving lessons we teach you to become a safe driver for life, as a consequence we also give you your freedom and Independence that only a full driving licence can bring.


Weekly Driving Lessons


Most learner drivers usually learn to drive with weekly driving lessons perhaps two hours per week, this could take a very long time to reach test standard. To reduce the overall time to be test standard we recommend having your driving lessons regularly and making your driving lessons a minimum of two hour lessons at a time. Our driving instructors are more than happy to pick you up from home, school, college or work at a time and day that is suitable to your schedule. We aim to please!


Intensive Driving Course in Radstock


These are also known as crash courses and are a great way to get your driving licence in double quick time! They are especially good for anyone short of time due to job restrictions or other commitments.


Please note you can not book your practical driving test until you have passed your theory test. Intensive courses can be challenging and may not be suitable for every leaner driver. As well as a full week course, we are also to able offer you an intensive course of between 12 and 50 hours depending upon your needs.


Over the past 16 years we have helped hundreds of people gain their full driving licence and we now have a lot of very happy customers, why not check out our review page to see for yourself.


Some more interesting facts about Radstock;


Radstock is a town in Somerset 


9 miles (14 km) south west of Bath 


Population of 5,620.


Radstock is home to the Radstock Museum 


In 1763, coal was discovered in Radstock and mining began in the area. 




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