Packages & Prices

Really Good Driving School is committed to providing the quality of service our clients deserve. Our charges are extremely competitive, and we have instructors with over 20 years of successful driver training behind them. We believe that the quality of our lessons represent complete value for money. You may find cheaper – and more expensive – but will they be “Really Good?”

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1 Hour –  £42

BLOCK OF 10 HOURS – £410

Cancellations require 48 hours notice, otherwise lesson fees will be charged.


*All block bookings must be paid in advance to receive the discounted rate.
** Intensive Driving Courses: You have the option to include the costs of  the current  Practical test within the  course . All Intensive courses must be reserved with a non-refundable deposit of £200 and paid fully seven days before commencement of the course starting date.

Intensive Courses

All intensive courses are booked on the understanding that the pupil understands our terms and conditions. A non refundable deposit of £200 must be paid at time of booking.

The full balance of the course must be paid at least 7 days prior to course commencement. If the pupil cancels within this period, then no refund will be offered.

Please call 07703 575 448 or email where we’ll be delighted to answer any queries you may have and book your driving lessons.

Why can prices vary so much from school to school?

Large national schools will often charge the highest rates, as they have large administrative overheads to cover. Often pupils may find however, that they get a different instructor from lesson to lesson. This makes it difficult for the learner to gain consistency in their learning, which in turn, can lead to not only pupils becoming demoralised but also having to take more lessons to progress .
Trainee instructors, who are not fully qualified, are also used by some large driving schools. These instructors have no significant experience of teaching learners to drive. All Trainee instructors must display a pink “Trainee” badge on the windscreen of their vehicle.

Be wary of ‘cut price’ lessons and low quality instruction!

Some driving schools will actually advertise “Cheap Driving Lessons.” In driving instruction you will find that you get what you pay for. A school offering cheap lessons may need to do so because they have a high pupil turnover. In other words, dissatisfied pupils leave.