One of the most common question pupils ask is, How many driving lessons will I need? 

As Instructors can set their own prices for driving lessons – there’s no minimum or maximum cost, according to the GOV.uk sitewe have created a guide to help people who are looking for driving lessons to understand how many driving lessons are needed based on your own driving experience and circumstances.

Please see the FAQ and graphic data below.  This information should be used only as a guide, as every pupil have different experiences and circumstances. The data has been created based on thousands of pupils who passed their driving test with Intensive Courses (Smart Intensive) Driving School, in both, manual and automatic driving lessons.

Number of Driving Lessons Needed (FAQ)

How many driving lessons will I need to pass my driving test?

 

This will depend on your previous driving experience. Most driving schools can agree on this along with you.

How many driving lessons will I need if failed a practical test within the last week?

You will need 5 hourly driving lessons

How many driving lessons will I need if failed a practical test within the last month?

You will need 10 hourly driving lessons

How many driving lessons will I need if failed a practical test within the last couple of months?

You will need 14 hourly driving lessons.

How many driving lessons will I need if I have just started to learn manoeuvres?

You will need 24 hourly driving lessons.

How many driving lessons will I need if I have some driving experience?

You will need 30 hourly driving lessons.

How many driving lessons will I need if I have very little driving experience?

You will need 34 hourly driving lessons.

How many driving lessons will I need if I have little or no driving experience?

You will need 38 hourly driving lessons.

How many driving lessons will I need if I have no driving experience?

You will need 45 hourly driving lessons.

So there you go. I hope this guide will help you to answer your questions about “How many driving lessons will you need”. 

The conclusion here is, if you have failed to pass your driving test, don’t postpone it for too long but try to do another driving test as soon as you can. If you need driving experience, get your provisional driving licence and practice your driving as much as you can with an experienced and good driver. You don’t want to end up getting bad driving habits before your driving exam, so practice responsibly as much as you can before and during your driving lessons.

Despite how many lessons you have, remember that probably the most important lesson you could ever have is to NOT let your circumstances or driving experience stop you from learning. Aim to become a good driver and don’t let prices to determine which driving instructors will help you to pass your practical driving test. Learn your driving resources and aim to pass your driving test the first time! Good luck.

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