Passed 17th December
Emily Nadin of Chellaston, Derby
Passed 14th October
Allison Benbow of Buxton, Derbyshire
Passed 5th October
Amy Coggle of Derby
Passed 23rd September
Sinziana Popescu of Chellaston, Derby
Passed 15th September
Harry Maples of Spondon, Derby
Passed 11th September
Cecelia Lea of Mickleover, Derby
Passed 1st September
Bryony Rossiter of Derby
Passed 18th August
Tirath Badwal of Mickleover Derby
Passed 11th August
Jasmine Browne of Borrowash, Derby
Passed 10th June
Emily Sale of Derby
Passed 26th March
Joe Gaskill of Oakwood, Derby
Passed 6th March
Sara Bilson of Borrowash, Derby
Passed 4th March
Samual ward of Western on Trent
Passed 28th January
Jimi Southall of Derby
Passed 24th January
Harry Blanchard of Alvaston, Derby
Passed 21st January
Dan Price of Derby
Passed 15th January
Perry Braund of Derby
Passed 3rd January
Georgie Hislop of Derby
Passed 2nd January
Ann-Marie Hopkinson of Derby
Passed 2nd January
Harry of Derby
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Not all driving schools and instructors are the same. search for, ‘driving instructors near me‘ and you’ll see that there’s hundreds of driving instructors to choose from.
Finding the cheapest lessons possible is evolving as people are now turning to customer reviews to seek the top rated instructors, schools and lessons before making a purchase.
So why do we come so highly recommended for driving lessons in Derby?
People learn to drive in different ways and at very different speeds. If someone who likes time to reflect on their learning is forced to move on to the next thing too quickly it could slow down their overall progress. Client-centred learning (ccl) is an approach to learning to drive that takes into account how you prefer to learn. When people learn in this way they are more likely to retain information and skills.
If someone who likes to learn by trying things out is made to watch too many demonstrations without having a go they are likely to get frustrated and not enjoy their driving lessons. Learners are also more likely to keep learning if they are encouraged to take responsibility for their learning at an early stage. This way, it is theirs, is their conclusion and is therefore likely to stick with the learner for life, way beyond just passing the driving test.
Learner drivers in Derby transfer to our driving school because their instructor cant fit them in. We’re serious about helping you learn to drive and so won’t book you in unless we know that there is a weekly slot ongoing until you pass your driving test.
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Though UK driving test pass rates are out of the driving instructors hands once the pupil is behind the wheel at test, it can represent the level and standard of training before a candidate takes their test. Read about the latest stats on the GOV.UK website.
An important point here is that driving instructors should be using their trained judgement to decide whether the learner driver is ready to sit the practical test. For example, can they drive independently in a variety of road and traffic conditions.
Our driving lesson videos on YouTube is yet another offering of social proof that we care about helping drivers achieve their full driving licence safely. We’ve helped over 30.000 learner drivers across the UK with our driving lesson videos. There is literally hundreds of hours of free, useful content here with over 200 learning to drive videos and tutorials.
Teaching someone to drive should not be all about passing a driving test. There are definitely local driving schools who are predominately test orientated but we are not one of them. Sure, we properly prepare you and ensure you know everything in order to get that first time pass. We’ve even created a playlist on our YouTube channel to help with preparation for taking the driving test in Alvaston, Derby which can be seen here. We offer this training to our learners combined with mock driving tests. Importantly we ensure that you can drive independently, skillfully and efficiently as part of our service.
Our customers will be able to drive independently in a variety of road and traffic conditions. We aim to ensure that you understand what you are doing, why you’re doing it and any associated risks.
The purpose of the Go2 Driving School mission statement is to explain our core values and what customers can expect in both the service and quality of our driving tuition. Click here to read our mission statement.
Our video course breaks down the fundamental core driving skills like no other. It helps to prepare you for your next practical driving lesson and gives serious learners 10x the value of a normal driving lesson. As a result of this we think you’re likely you pass your driving test sooner and save time and money in the process. The course comes with a 30 day money back guarantee. Click here for a free trial.
Ever heard the phrase buy cheap, pay twice? We take pride in our lessons and DO NOT attempt to compete with the cheap driving lessons in Derby. We feel our driving lesson prices reflect the level of dedication and commitment of our driving instructors in that we’re able to deliver some the best driving lessons in Derby. Our instructors keep up to date with the latest teaching and learning strategies, rules and regulations and are committed to CPD.
We compete on quality and value. Our customers benefit from quicker learning and save money by typically needing fewer hours overall. See our “Why I Changed Driving Schools” review page and hear what others have to say about “buying cheap” first time around.
Many learner drivers feel that for what ever reason they can’t ask questions in their driving lessons. Our group is home to learners from no experience right up to a full licence holder- get involved! For extra support from our group join here.
We recently appeared on Sky news to talk about driving test statistics in the UK and how some learner drivers have taken up to 20 attempts to pass their test. We also featured on BBC Radio Derby regarding the use of Dash cams when driving in Derby. Clip below:
Thank you for visiting our website and taking the time to read through. We hope you’ve taken some value from it and wish you the very best on your quest to achieving your licence. Whether it be with ourselves or one of the other many local driving schools. Best regards, Matt Durrant (school owner).