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UDrive Frequently Asked Questions
If you don’t give 48 hour’s notice you will be charged for the lesson.
Lessons are not shared and are on a one 2 one basis.
Pick up and drop off locations can be change if convenient with the instructor. Please make your instructor aware ahead of time to receive confirmation.
Lessons can be paid via cash or cheque directly to your instructor. Alternatively, they can be paid by card over the phone.
On your first lesson you will need to take you provisional licence. If the instructor is unable to see your provisional licence on your first lesson, it will have to be cancelled. You also need to take a print out or a digital image of your provisional driving license summary.
You can apply for your provisional license online at www.gov.uk/apply-first-provisional-driving-licence or you can pick up a D1 form from the post office.
To view your provisional driving license summery click this link www.gov.uk/view-driving-licence and follow the instructions. Go to share your licence information. Click on View, Print or Save your licence information. Bring this as a digital or printed format for your first driving lesson.
Those teaching a family member or a friend to drive will not be able to provide lessons on a motorway, unless the supervising passenger holds a valid approved driving instructor (ADI) licence. The vehicle used for training must also have dual controls fitted.
Motorway driving will not be included in the new 2017 driving test. It is in no way compulsory that learner drivers are taught on motorways and is voluntary on the part of the learner. If the learner would like motorway training, it is for the ADI to decide when they are ready.
Yes we do! Please take a look at our price list which includes all our offers. . . .
Please ring the UDrive office or fill out a contact form and someone will be in touch as soon as possible.
Yes you can. However, you need to have passed your theory exam before you can book your practical driving test.
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