Driving Lessons in London

Pass faster with our top-rated driving instructors in London.

Prices start from just £22.90 an hour.

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Why choose Midrive?

If it’s time to get behind the wheel in London, you can’t go wrong with us.

  • Highest pass rates: our learners are 38% more likely to pass first time.
  • Pass faster: our learners pass in 17 fewer hours than the UK average.
  • Top-rated driving instructors: we use only the best instructors in London.
  • Switch driving instructor at any time.
  • Free learner and theory apps.
  • Driving lessons from £22.90 an hour.
  • 100% money back guarantee: if you’re not satisfied after your first lesson, we’ll refund you in full.
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Learning to drive in London

London is renowned for its traffic, aggressive drivers and unpredictable pedestrians. But don’t let that put you off driving in the capital! The average speed limit is very slow due to the number of cars on the roads, which makes it easier to plan ahead and spot those hazards faster. And on top of that, we’re big believers in the idea that if you can drive in London, you can drive anywhere!

When you’re starting out, keep clear of the centre of London to avoid congestion charges and the worst of the traffic. Instead, keep to residential streets in your local area. Wherever you’re based, the likelihood is that there will be plenty of traffic lights and junctions for you to practise on, so take full advantage of those to build up your confidence before your practical driving test.

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Where do we provide lessons?

We’ve got the whole of London covered! Take a look at our info for your local area:

Bromley, Croydon, East London, Enfield, Harrow, Ilford, Kingston upon Thames, North London, North West London, South East London, South West London, Sutton, Twickenham, Watford, West London.

Or just enter your postcode above to check lesson pricing in your local area of London.

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Manual and automatic driving lessons

Whether you’re after manual or automatic lessons in London, we’ve got your back.

Have a think about whether you’d like to opt for manual or automatic driving lessons. It usually takes less time to prepare for an automatic licence, but you’ll only be qualified to drive an automatic car. While that works for some, others prefer the freedom of a manual licence because it means you can drive a manual or automatic car once you pass. It’s also worth being aware that automatic driving lessons are a little pricier than manual, due to the lower number of instructors.

What learners say about our driving lessons in London

We’ve helped over 300,000 learners to pass their driving test. Why not take a look at some of the lovely things they say about us?

Great service and booking flexibility! Learning has never been so easy and enjoyable.
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Marta Fernandes ,27 Nov 2017
East London
5 out of 5
Honestly a very good experience, the instructor was very nice, the app was very informative and helpful. Best of all i passed my test first time!
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Sam Gregory ,18 July 2017
North London
5 out of 5