Driving Lessons Bolton
Nayland Driving School has been running for over ten years and in that time, we’ve built a reputation as an excellent driving school with a roster of happy qualified drivers under our belt.BOOK NOW
Our driving instructors are friendly, caring and sympathetic and are determined to get you to test level in good time and ideally pass first time! We have a great record of first-time passers and we’d be happy to add you to the list!
We offer driving lessons in the Bolton area, taking you through both town and rural traffic so you can get used to driving in a range of environments. Bolton has a theory and practical test centre, so our driving lessons will take you through common test routes, so you’ll be familiar with the roads when it comes time to take your test.
We have taught a range of ages and abilities, so whether you’re a confident natural driver or nervous about getting on the road – we will work with you to make you a safe competent driver.
Just as we do with learner drivers, we are also here to offer expert tuition to those wanting to become driving instructors. Our training sessions are some of the most comprehensive in Bolton, and will teach you everything you need to know to plan and deliver the best possible driving lessons. We leave no stone unturned when it comes to guiding trainee instructors to their certification.
Teaching people to drive is a career that is becoming more and more popular. If you enjoy driving, know a lot about cars, and are confident on all kinds of roads in and around Bolton, then it could be the perfect job for you. You will be able to earn money on your own terms, and really make a difference to so many people’s lives. Rewarding and flexible – what’s not to love about that? No wonder we’re seeing lots of interest in our driving instructor training.
Our training sessions offer great value for money, and there is a payment plan to suit every trainee instructor. You will also be able to complete your sessions when and where it suits you, making our training accessible for everyone. So why not enquire with a member of our team today?
Our manual driving instructors are qualified and run on a self-employed basis so are able to set their own hours, we have instructors that do early lessons and instructors who work into the evening – so we’ll be able to match you with an instructor that can fit around your schedule.
We can provide lessons around college, university, work and family life. We often pick up students or drop them off at sixth form, college or the university. Likewise, we can fit in lessons before or after work and at weekends.
Your driving lessons in Bolton will take you through the manoeuvres and driving skills you need to pass your test. We’ll guide you every step of the way and help you perfect anything you find difficult or struggle with.
Our instructors have dual control and will talk you through your lesson, explaining what you need to do and how to do it. You’ll be able to go over and practise any areas you are finding difficult, so you feel confident when it comes to taking your test.
|First 2 Hours (Beginners only)||£25|
So, do you think you’re ready to take the wheel and start your driving journey with us? If the answer is yes, please get in touch with us today on 0800 211 8717 or book online. Our prices start from just £25 an hour, and we have various block-booking offers available too!
We offer study materials for your theory test when you sign up to our driving school in Bolton. It is up to you to study in your own time and book your test, you will need to pass your theory test before you can book your practical test. Both can be booked via the gov.uk website, a theory test costs £23 and a practical test is £62.
You will need a provisional license before you begin driving lessons, which will need to be bought to your first lesson to show your instructor. It is best to allow three weeks for it to arrive and you will need it on you for your theory and provisional test. Your first provisional license will cost £34 if you do it online or £43 if applying by post. You’ll need an identity document unless you have a UK biometric passport, address for the last 3 years and your national insurance number. You must also be able to read a number plate from 20 metres away or you must wear glasses if you need them.
The regularity of your driving lessons really depends on your availability and the availability of your instructor, we recommend booking a block of lessons together to ensure you can have regular lessons set up with your instructor. Ideally, we would suggest having lessons on a weekly basis to allow you to progress well, but this is not essential. Alternatively, you can book an intensive course if you would like to pass in a quicker time frame, we provide these from £364 for 10 hours across 2 days. Beforehand, you will need to have a driving assessment to determine your ability and the right course for you.
Again, this depends on you and how regular your lessons are. We will get you to test level and then it is down to how confident you feel to take your test. The DVSA say the average is 45 hours of lessons and 22 hours of practise, but it can be less or more, everyone is different and learns in their own time. We aim to get you there as soon as we can in a safe and responsible way, working on any areas you have difficulty with.