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This South London driving school makes it all so easy
Door-to-door driving instructor lessons in London
Start today for just £10 – try us out with no commitment
Begin and end your lessons anywhere in South London
Pay as you go – no pressure to pay for blocks of lessons
Better qualified – senior instructor has advanced qualifications with Institute of Advanced Motorists, RoSPA, and Driving Instructors Association
Friendly, local driving lessons on your doorstep in London
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London Driving Instructors
Committed To Helping You Pass
Wimbledon Driving School has highly qualified and experienced driving instructors who are committed to providing the learner driver with the best possible environment in which to perfect their driving skills.
Choosing The Right Instructor
As a learner driver it’s important that you feel 100% comfortable with your driving instructor. The instructors at Wimbledon Driving School are friendly and approachable and always calm – even in the midst of stressful South London traffic!
We Love Our Customers
Because Wimbledon Driving School values the instructor/student relationship so highly, we suggest that as a prospective customer you first have a taster session to make sure you are satisfied with your designated instructor.
If for whatever reason you wish to change your instructor then Wimbledon Driving School will be more than happy to oblige.
Call 020 3524 7968 To Speak To One Of Our Trained Instructors.
Observations are one of the key components of the POM(Prepare, Observe, Move) routine, which should be undertaken during every driving manoeuvre. During a driving test, the examiner pays close attention to the driver to ensure they are making the correct observations, which vary depending on which manoeuvre is being performed. However, even outside of a test situation, the most perfectly performed manoeuvre can become a disaster if the driver fails to observe correctly.
Learning to drive can seem difficult at first; you may feel like you're trying to do too many things at once as you attempt to master clutch control, work the gears, remember and abide by traffic signals and laws while simultaneously looking around and ahead.