How To Contact The Driving Test Tips Instructor

My name is Shola, I am a fully qualified driving instructor based in Mill Hill, NW London and have been providing free online tips, video tutorials and advice on this blog since 2005. If you would like to contact me, use the address below, but before you do please use the search facility on the right, as a lot of the questions I get have already been answered and unfortunately due to how busy I am offering lessons to my own learners I can't personally reply to all emails:

adi@privatehomesales.co.uk or leave a comment on the blog in the section below.


If you would like driving lessons in Mill Hill or Hendon, Edgware, Collindale areas of North West London and want to pass the driving test 1st time, then I am the right instructor for you. I have been living and working in the area since 2003, know all the driving test routes, especially the places where many candidates have failed with serious errors and can help you avoid these.If you are interested, call 07956233032. (Please don't call this number for general advice, as I'm very busy you can email me instead.
Note: I do not offer automatic driving lessons at the moment.

My current lesson price is £25 per hour, but offer a generous discount for block booking of lessons or intensive driving courses.

I am also a Pass Plus registered driving instructor, and conduct the course for new drivers which offers insurance discounts to young drivers once completed and there is also a £70 discount from transport for London.

Driving Lesson Video - Parallel Parking



There are more instructional videos and tips on my YouTube channel Driving Test Tips Videos, so bookmark it and visit on a regular basis, check the comments to see how many learners this has helped in the past.

6 comments:

  1. HI, I had a test earlier this week in Pinner and as part of the Show me/Tell me the examiner asked me about the handbrake then he kept asking me what the working travel is? what is the definition of working travel?

    Thanks

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  2. Anonymous5:28 pm

    Just thought, there is another useful online resource -

    www.driving-india.blogspot.com

    Though its 17 videos are meant for creating driver awareness for Indians, all Video footage is from UK and covers several concepts covered by the Highway Code.

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  3. Just discovered this blog and have found it really useful. I've recently started to learn to drive and, though my instructor is great, it's good to have little reminders of how to do things for in-between practising especially when the person with you isn't sure how to explain something clearly.

    Thanks for doing this!

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  4. Anonymous7:20 pm

    i have 7 points on my provisional would i be able to take my test as noone has said im banned

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  5. You can still take the driving test with points, 6 or 9, you will only be banned if you have 12 points on your provisional licence. What happens after you pass, is up to the DVLA.

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  6. Nice blog.It really useful.
    My father is learning driving these days and i have given him a link of this blog.Good job.

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