YOUR ROAD TO SUCCESS BEGINS HERE
Welcome to KA Driving School, your trusted choice for expert driving instruction in Bradford and the surrounding areas within a 5-mile radius. With 2 decades of experience as a Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) approved driving instructor (Grade A) and a highly qualified senior examiner (DVSA + ADI approved) at our helm, we're your local driving school of choice. Our 10+ years of experience in teaching and training individuals who became qualified driving instructors sets us apart.
At KA Driving School, we're committed to helping you save time and money, with the potential to pass your test in 10 hours less than the average and save over £250. Fully qualified with a proven track record, our driving school offers a friendly service that makes your journey to becoming a confident driver enjoyable and successful. Our structured training approach allows you to learn to drive quickly. With 3 decades of experience, we offer manual and automatic driving lessons, block booking options, and male and female instructors, all at affordable rates. Serving Bradford and Leeds, we take pride in our numerous 5* reviews.
OUR DRIVING LESSONS
Tailored Driving Lessons For Your Success
AUTOMATIC DRIVING LESSONS
INTENSIVE DRIVING COURSES
MOTORWAY DRIVING LESSONS
OUR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES
Explore our wide range of driving-related services for your convenience.
We simplify the process for you, offering support for the driving test and dedicated theory test training.
DRIVING INSTRUCTOR TRAINING
Pursue a rewarding career. Enrol in our driving instructor training course, covering ADI Part 1 Theory, ADI Part 2 Driving Ability, ADI Part 3 Instructional, and Standards Check training.
Can I Request A Male or Femle Instructor?Yes, We have both male and female instuctors available.
Q. How Old Do I Need To Be To Start Driving Lessons?A. You must be 17 or older and hold a valid provisional licence. If you get or have applied for the enhanced rate of the mobility component of Personal Independence Payment (PIP), you can begin driving lessons when you’re 16.
Q. Can I Supervise A Learner Driver Without Being An Instructor?A. Yes, you can if you’re over 21 and have held your licence for over 3 years. If you’re supervising a learner driver, you have the same legal responsibilities as if you were driving the car. As the qualified driver, you’re deemed to be the person in control of the vehicle. Remember: • It’s illegal for you to use a mobile phone or be under the influence of alcohol while supervising. • Stay alert – don’t assume the learner driver knows what they’re doing. • Build up the practice time so everyone remains positive and looks forward to the next session. And take as many breaks as you both require. • Be clear and concise; give the learner driver plenty of notice when giving instructions. • Choose routes carefully and avoid motorways, as learner drivers can only go on them with an approved driving instructor with dual controls.
Q. Can I Book A ‘Crash Course’?A. At KA Driving School, we don’t offer a crash course and prefer to focus on getting you to test standard at your pace. We can book your lessons in advance and, depending on your instructor’s availability, can book large chunks of intensive driving lessons, allowing for quick progression through the key driving skills. We believe in creating safe drivers with the skill and confidence they require instead of rushing you through your lessons and tests within a week.
Q. How Many Lessons Do I Need To Take Before I Take My Driving Test?A. There isn’t a minimum number of lessons or hours you must take before you book or sit your practical test. However, the DVSA says that most learners require 45 hours of driving lessons and around 20 hours of practice with a friend or family member. Many of our pupils pass their practicals in under 45 hours of tuition.
Q. Can I Practice My Driving Outside Of My Lessons?A. Yes, while additional practice away from your lessons isn’t essential, it is proven that learner drivers who gain experience in various situations and conditions before taking their practical test generally perform better on their test. If you choose to practice your driving with a friend or family member, you must ensure that: • They’re over 21. • They’re qualified to drive the type of vehicle you want to learn in. For instance, they must hold a manual licence if they’re supervising you in a manual vehicle. • They’ve held their licence for a minimum of 3 years. • You hold an applicable learner driver insurance policy – some insurers may stipulate that the person supervising you is over the age of 25. • L plates are visible on the front and rear of your vehicle. A D plate can be used in Wales.
Q. What Is The Average Cost Of Driving Lessons?A. The price of lessons differs from £30 per hour. The cost of driving lessons varies from learner to learner and depends on several factors. Your instructor will work with you to ensure you get up to test standards as quickly as possible, saving you money.
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