If you want to get on the road in South West London, we’re with you every step of the way.
South West London offers a range of roads to practise on, from quiet residential streets to busy junctions and suburban roads. With plenty of roundabouts, hill starts and parallel parking to get used to, driving in South West London will give you the varied practise that you need to be a safer driver once you’ve passed that practical test.
As you’re likely to have to travel a little way to a test centre, it’s worth getting plenty of practice in the areas where your test will be taken. So as well as practising in the suburbs of South West London, make sure that you have a go at winding country roads and busy dual carriageways.
Wherever you’re based in South West London, we’ve got instructors who know it like the back of their hand. Our most popular areas include:
Balham, Barnes, Battersea, Brixton, Chelsea, Clapham, Copse Hill, Earls Court, Earlsfield, East Sheen, Fulham, Pimlico, Putney, Raynes Park, Stockwell, Streatham, Tooting, Wandsworth, Wimbledon.
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Your driving instructor will help you to choose a test centre and ensure that you’re learning the right routes for your practical driving test. It may be that you’re not too familiar with the areas around your test centre, so make sure that you practise these routes between your driving lessons to give you the best possible chance of passing first time!
Manual lessons aren’t for everyone, so we also have top-rated automatic instructors in South West London.
Choosing whether to take manual or automatic driving lessons can be tricky, so make sure that you think carefully before you pick. With a manual licence you can drive a manual or automatic car, whereas with an automatic licence you can only drive an automatic car. Some people prefer the freedom of manual, but others like the idea of having a bit less to get their head around. Everyone’s different!
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