I take driving lessons in and around Gosberton in South Lincolnshire. From Boston to Heckington in the North and from Holbeach to Twenty in the South.
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Mon - Sat: 8am-6pm
I use a detailed progress chart on a printed card, which you keep, so that we can both keep track of your progress.
1 hour, 1 1\2 hour and 2 hours lessons
Packages & Gift Vouchers
Save money by booking a series of driving lessons.
Vouchers make a fantastic present for grandchildren, friends and family members who want to learn to drive. They can then book lessons at their convenience.
I am a driving instructor who has been established over 30 years. I pride myself on my commitment to provide a professional, reliable & friendly service at all times, whilst maintaining the highest quality of work.
I am flexible depending on your individual needs. Offering 1 hour , 1 and a half hours or 2 hour lessons and picking up from school, office or home.
Learning is not the same for everyone, with my experience, patience, skills & expertise, you can be rest assured you will be calm and comfortable.
The Practical Test
The driving test is explained in this DVSA video. Did you know you can make up to 15 minor driving faults and still pass the test (16 or more and you fail)? Make one serious or dangerous fault and you'll fail. If you do fail, you can take another test 10 working days later.
The Theory Test
A comprehensive guide to help you prepare for the theory test. Did you know you have to pass your theory test before you can book the practical driving test?
Your Provisional Licence
Apply for your Provisional Driving Licence via the gov.com website.
Other Useful Links
Want to learn to drive? Book your driving lessons with Paul for a stress free experience. Here are some useful guides to help you prepare for lessons and taking the theory and practical tests.
Learner Driver Insurance
If you are practicing driving in your own car or maybe your parents car you will need a Learner Driver Insurance which will cost less than a normal insurance. This is because there will always be someone with you whilst you are learning to drive. Once you pass your test and you are driving on your own you will then need to arrange a standard insurance policy.