Freelance School Of Motoring
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Freelance School Of Motoring FSM Driving (Freelance School of Motoring) was established by Anita Harrison ADI Dip. D.E. in 2006. We cover the whole of Scunthorpe and surrounding villages in North Lincolnshire. Our highly qualified patient and friendly female instructor is registered with the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency as an Approved Driving Instructor. With FSM Driving you can be sure of receiving good quality well-structured driving lessons in a modern dual controlled car.

Lessons are delivered in a manner to suit your learning style at a pace to match your needs. We enjoy an excellent first time pass rate and are registered to provide Pass Plus courses to drivers who have passed their practical driving test. With FSM Driving you'll receive good value training to help you learn to drive, pass your test and become a safe driver for life.

She is a fully qualified Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) Approved Driving Instructor, and also qualified to deliver Fleet Driver Training. Having passed the Institute of Advanced Motorists Advanced Driving Test, she also took and passed the Middlesex University Diploma in Driver Education qualification. Being committed to promoting the improvement

At FSM Driving (Freelance School of Motoring) your fully qualified instructor will design a training programme to suit your individual needs, then deliver tuition in a calm, professional yet friendly manner. Lessons are structured to be challenging, rewarding and enjoyable, ensuring students are both inspired and motivated. We also help with preparation

The theory test consists of 50 multiple choice questions which are taken from a bank of over 1000. Three of the questions will be related to a case study where you will have to watch a short video clip before answering the questions. You are allowed 57 minutes to complete the questions, using a touch screen computer, and have to answer 43 or more questions

When you have passed your theory test and your driving is approaching test standard, your instructor will conduct a mock driving test and suggest when you should book your practical driving test. Please be aware that this does NOT mean that you are ready to take your test. You must pay the DVSA test fee of 62 at the time of booking. It is usual to have

The DVLA (Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency) is the Government Department responsible for all types of motoring related licences. Before you can start driving you must apply for a provisional UK driving licence. This consists of a photo card showing details of your name, address, driver number and the types of vehicle you are eligible to drive. DVLA

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