Welcome to Bob Medley School of Motoring, your one-stop service for driving lessons in Bolton. Choosing the right driving instructor from many of the driving schools in Bolton can be a minefield, so in order to help you choose the right one, I give the first introductory lesson away for FREE. Probably none of the other driving instructors in Bolton will offer you this.
You can use your first introductory lesson to test the water. Some people use it to see if they like there driving instructor, some use it to see if taking driving lessons is for them and whether they like my car. Whatever your reason, just simply get in touch now to get your first lesson free booked in.
There’s only one driving school that I would recommend and that is Bob Medley School of Motoring. Right from the very start, I knew that Bob was the right driving instructor for me. He has a calm, patient and humorous approach and is very professional.
I am so so happy, thank you Bob for helping me to achieve my dream. I didn’t think I would ever pass my driving test but now I have and i’m so happy. I will recommend everyone to you and you have really made my year. I can drive now, wahoooo. Thanks.
I really enjoyed my driving lessons with Bob Medley School of Motoring. Bob made sure that I understood everything and explained things so that I could easily understand. He’s a brilliant driving instructor and I would definitely recommend your school.
Bob Medley School of Motoring is a long established driving school in Chorley. If you’re looking to take driving lessons, then helping you to pass your driving test quickly is a specialty of mine. You’ll find that I’m patient and always try to find out how you learn best. By using a Client Centred Learning approach, it helps you to reach your test at a quicker rate.
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Learning to drive can be a bit of a daunting experience and taking that first step can be quite a hard thing to do. There’s lots of things to take into consideration when choosing a driving instructor such as how often they fit you in for driving lessons, which test centre do they use, what is their pass rate are just some of the questions I get asked. That’s why I want you to get in touch with me if there’s any questions you’d like to ask before booking a driving lesson. To contact me, just simply click on the button below and you can ask me anything you want.
How many lessons will I need? This is probably the most common question I get asked and one which is the hardest question to answer as a driving instructor. Sometimes I even get asked this question over the phone. People learn at different speeds and at different rates. Obviously having consecutive lessons help such as one lesson a week. The truth to this questions is that I have to see you drive first and see how you respond to learning a new skill. I can generally give you an approximate answer after a couple of lessons with you. You can find out more about driving lessons and learning to drive on the DVSA website here
Do driving schools in Bolton help me with my theory and do I have to pass my theory test before I can take a driving test? Yes. In order for you to book your driving test, you first have to pass the theory test. If you haven’t first passed your theory test, then it’s impossible to book a driving test. This does not mean that you can’t take lessons. You can still take driving lessons and prepare for your theory test whilst taking driving lessons at the same time. In fact, I recommend this approach as we will cover a lot of the theory in our driving lessons together. You can take a practice theory test on the DVSA’s website by clicking here.
Is using driving instructors in Bolton and having driving lessons the quickest way to pass my driving test? To pass your driving test quickly, ideally you need to have regular lessons. Having lessons once every Blue moon can break the cycle of learning and can affect the time it takes you to pass your driving test. By taking lessons on a regular basis, there’s a good chance that the learning from the previous lesson is retained and therefore you can then continue learning at a faster pace. Regular lessons is key coupled with any private practice you may be able to get from either friends or relatives. You can book your driving test on the DVSA’s website by clicking here.