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Based in Swadlincote, we provide driving lessons in Swadlincote and all surrounding areas. Taking your driving lessons with us will help you pass your test efficiently with a structured course tailored to your needs and requirements. We cover the DVSA syllabus including various training techniques (client centred, coaching etc as required) to help you not only pass your test but be able to cope with todays overcrowded roads and become a safe driver for life.

We will also show you how to drive in an eco -friendly manner which ultimately will help you save on fuel costs throughout your life. Andy Henchcliffe initially trained to become an instructor in 1996 with BSM (British School of Motoring) before gaining further experience with I.D.T ltd ( Intercounty Driver Training);- moving onto becoming proprietor of Progress school of Motoring in 1998.

His years of experience can help you pass your test. You will benefit from the Progress School of Motoring method of learning to drive which will help you to become a safe, responsible and efficient driver.

It is best to start learning for the theory test at the same time as you start your driving lessons. This means that the theory and the practical driving will complement eachother. You are able to understand the theory questions much easier in the light of your practical driving and vice versa. With each question there are several possible answers and

If you take the Pass Plus course after you have passed your driving test, it will mean that you will not just be a safer driver but you may also be entitled to a discount from your insurance company. The Pass Plus course consists of six one hour modules. There is no test at the end of the course, but your Pass Plus registered instructor needs to sign

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