Book Automatic Driving Lessons in Ipswich

Are you looking for Automatic Driving Lessons in Ipswich? Contact L on Road Driving School to learn to drive and be test ready


The DVSA states that the average learner in the UK takes 47 hours of lessons before passing their driving test. However, when it comes to automatic car driving lessons, you're likely to need fewer. You could find yourself taking as few as 30 hours of lessons

Yes. If you're in a hurry to pass your driving test then an intensive course is extremely popular with students. The test can be arranged at the end of the week for a learner with some experience or 2-3 weeks later for a complete novice

2 hour driving lessons <b>offer a more comprehensive, personalised, and cost-effective learning experience compared to shorter or longer lessons</b>. They provide the perfect balance of instruction, practice, and personalised attention to ensure that students are able to learn effectively and safely

Yes, however, the insurance for a provisional licence holder driving a private vehicle often costs more money than a full course of driving lessons with a DVSA-approved driving instructor. Apart from that, friends & family supervisors are not trained to spot all driving faults, which can become a habit & subsequently very difficult to correct at a later point. It's also safer to drive in a dual-pedal car.

No, you do not need to pass the driving theory test before taking driving lessons. Some learner drivers may want to study and pass the theory test first of all so that it is out of the way, and this will allow them to focus on the practical lessons and put their learning into practice. Other students prefer to combine theory test study and learning to drive to get some road experience to help increase their chances of passing the theory test the first time. The path is down to the students preferred method of learning

Our driving instructors will normally pick pupils up from their homes or workplaces in and around Ipswich. Please note that alternate addresses like work, or college can be arranged with advanced notice.

Most pupils take one Driving Lesson a week, but that’s not essential. They can be tailored to whatever suits you best. You can discuss this with your instructor.

An automatic car typically has four modes: Park (P), Reverse (R), Neutral (N), and Drive (D). Since you don’t need to change gears, there’s no clutch – just the brake and the accelerator. That means you essentially only need to think about whether you’re going forward, backward, or stopping – the car will decide the rest. 

You cannot stall in an automatic car, since you don’t need to choose a gear and use the clutch. So if you’re driving in heavy traffic or other difficult conditions, an automatic might be the way to go. 

If you pass your test in an automatic, you’ll only be able to drive automatic cars in the future. However, if you learn to drive a manual car you’ll have the freedom to switch between manuals and automatics. 

Yes we do. Our test day fees are £120. This covers a 1 hour lesson before your test + the time the car is used in the driving test. 

Yes, we specialise in providing Automatic Driving Lessons within the Ipswich Area. We may be able to recommend some driving schools that teach manual lessons

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