Individual Driving Lessons & Block Booking



The same level of expertise is offered with both manual and automatic driving lessons.

Driving lessons are individually catered towards you and will take you through from new learner to proficient driver. You’ll take your lessons in one of the Yaris’s shown below, both of which are a lovely drive.
Don’t worry if you are a nervous driver or a complete beginner, having worked with many people over the years I’ll help you to feel comfortable and confident in the drivers seat.

the two cars you can learn in with philip walton driving school

Prices & Lesson Plans

  • 1 hour – £27
  • 1.5 hour – £39
  • 2 hour – £50
  • Block booking of 10 hours – £240

Experienced, friendly and supportive driving instruction with 15 years experience. I will help you to past your test at your pace and in your way. Contact me today to get started.

Important Info

To help you fit your lessons around your life, I am happy to meet you at locations other than your home for example work or school.

A little bit more info about your practical test:

The driving test is designed to see if you can drive safely, know The Highway Code and can demonstrate this through your driving. It will start with an eyesight check. You must be able to read a number plate from a distance of 20.5 metres. If you can’t, you will fail the test.

Next you will be ask two questions from the Show Me, Tell Me question bank. Fail to answer either question correctly and you will score one minor fault.

The driving part of your test will last about 40 minutes. Throughout the test your examiner will be looking for an overall safe standard of driving, including when you are carrying out the set exercises.

You will have to successfully perform one of the following reversing exercises:

  • Parallel park OR bay park
  • Pull up on the right side of the road and reverse

Independent Driving

The independent driving section of your test is approximately 20 minutes long. You will have to drive by either following a series of directions or a ‘Satnav’ system. The examiner may show you a diagram to help you understand where you’ll be going. It doesn’t matter if you don’t remember every direction, or if you go the wrong way.

The purpose is rather to assess your ability to drive safely whilst at the same time having to make your own decisions in order to reach your target destination. This includes for example deciding when it’s safe to pull over and ask for directions.