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FAQ

You need to be at least 17 years of age and if you have not already done so, apply for a provisional license from the DVLA. You can do this online or by getting an application form from the post office. It is also worth having an eyesight check, but in any event, ensure you can read a standard car number plate at 20.5 metres.

Coventry, Nuneaton, Bedworth, Rugby, Lemington Spa, Warwick, Kenilworht, for more information, contact your instructor

If you are a beginner, and have never driven a car before, research from the DSA (Driving Standards Agency) has shown that on average a minimum of 40 hours tuition with a driving instructor is required to pass your practical test. However, this is only an average. Everyone is different in how quickly they progress. So you may need less or you may need more. After the first couple of lessons, the instructor will give you their professional opinion as to how many lessons you will need in order to pass your practical test.

No, and in fact it may be better to learn the theory whilst having practical lessons. You will however need to pass the theory test before applying for the practical test.

You will get special offer, for more information, contact your instructor

Yes, we do offer Pass Plus course.

Yes, contact the Eurodrive instructor and talk about difficulties, you will be given all assistance

There are different fees if you want to renew, exchange or amend your driving licence - or get a duplicate if yours has been lost, stolen or damaged.

Yes. for more information ask your Eurodrive instructor

Yes. We do offer lessons in the evening and at weekends, although these are the most popular times and tend to get booked up far in advance.

Book your official practical driving test - you’ll need to have passed your theory test. You can book online between 6am and 11:40pm. Your EURODRIVE Instructor has the right to withdraw the tuition car for the day of your driving test if, in the Instructors opinion the candidate is not deemed to be the required test standard.

In the practical test, you will be asked two 'show and tell' questions about safety and maintenance checks on your car. Getting one or both of them wrong will count as a driving fault in your test. Yoy can find them here(LINK) Your instructor will run through some sample questions with you, too.

Yes, you certainly can use one our cars for your practical test. our driving instructor will generally wait in the centre while you have your test. Your EURODRIVE Instructor has the right to withdraw the tuition car for the day of your driving test if, in the Instructors opinion the candidate is not deemed to be the required test standard.