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Driving Lessons in Gosport

Driving Lessons in Gosport

Lloyds Driver Training is one of the fastest-growing independent driving schools across the South Coast. We know exactly what it takes to get you on the road.


To get the best results, we ensure that all our driving instructors are fully qualified and meet the high teaching standards set by the DVSA (Driving and Vehicle Standards Agency), and of course, all are DBS checked. We can also arrange to pick you up and drop you off anywhere, which is conveniently near you including at work, college or at home.


Our cars are all modern, dual-control vehicles with power steering and air conditioning to make your lessons as comfortable as possible.


We have priced our driving lessons to meet everyone’s affordability without compromising on quality. We want you to enjoy your driving lessons and get the test pass that your efforts deserve.


We also understand that it can be daunting when you first sit in the driver’s seat, so we specialise in putting nervous learners at ease with encouragement, patience, and modern coaching techniques.


We guide our learners step by step, focusing on their unique needs and progressing at whatever pace you are comfortable with. Our instructors are dedicated to helping you pass your test the first time.


Experienced Driving Instructors

Modern Cars with Dual Controls

One-To-One Tuition

No Car Sharing

Male And Female Driving Instructors

Free Driving Theory Test Help

Nervous Pupils Welcomed

Good Communicators

Highly Competent

Competitive Rates

Reliable Instructors

Friendly And Approachable

Understanding And Patient

Driving Lessons in Waterlooville


Our goal is to provide our students with a whole new experience. It is critical that students do not become bored with their lessons; otherwise, they will start dreading them, impacting their performance. As a result, they are prevented from passing.


We continuously assess our teaching methods to deliver a universal teaching style, but each instructor will understand you as a learner, so they can deliver lessons to how you best receive them.


There is no one-fits-all method when it comes to teaching how to drive. Some learners are confident, while others require more support. Rest assured, our driving instructors know how to assess that and will ensure you get the support you deserve.


When it comes to pricing, we’re competitive. We don’t believe in offering or you accepting cheap lessons for many reasons. As a school it’s our aim to ensure you don’t just get what you pay for, we like to over-deliver, there’s no compromise when it comes to producing safe drivers.

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Driving Lessons in Waterlooville

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Why do we offer 1½ Hour Driving Lessons?

We believe that 1½ hours is better to have than a 1 hour driving lesson because you’ll make much more efficient use of the time and your money. The reasons why a 1½ hour driving lesson is better than a 1 hour lesson are because:


  • You’ll receive approximately 2 times more practical driving experience

  • It’s better value for money

  • You’ll cover a greater variety of roads

  • You’ll encounter a greater variety of traffic conditions

  • More Practical Driving Experience

  • You’ll receive approximately 2 times more practical driving experience in a 1½ hour lesson, compared to a 1 hour lesson. The reason for this is as follows:


For example, let’s take a driving lesson where the instructor is going to introduce roundabouts. The instructor will begin the lesson with a recap of the previous lesson and will run through any questions you may have.


The instructor will then introduce roundabouts as being today’s driving lesson, where a lesson briefing will begin. This includes showing diagrams of the different types of roundabouts, how they work, what you, the learner driver should do and safety procedures. From when the lesson starts, to finding an appropriate area to park and carrying out the lesson briefing, it can take up to 30 minutes before you start on roundabouts.


If you have a 1 hour driving lesson, you’ll only have the remaining 30 minutes for the practical driving experience. On a 1½ hour lesson, you have 1 hour’s worth of driving experience and that makes a lot of difference.


Better Value for Money


Based on the fact that you’ll receive more practical driving experience with a 1½ hour driving lesson as detailed above, you will need 2 x 1 hour driving lessons to cover the same amount of driving experience. Therefore 1½ hour driving lessons are far better value for money.


Greater Variety of Roads


If you start your driving lessons from the same location each time; from home, college or work, it’s likely that you’ll also want to finish at the same location. After the initial lesson briefing, the short time you have for practical driving means you’re limited on distance travelled and that means you may not cover the greater variety of roads that you might in a 1½ hour lesson.


The greater the variety of roads that you cover during your driving lessons not only increases your chances of passing the driving test, but the experience will help to make you a safer, more confident driver after you have passed the test.

Greater Variety of Traffic Conditions


For the same reasons as above, you’re far more likely to experience a greater variety of traffic conditions during a 1½ hour driving lesson. For the driving test, the test centre manager plans out test routes that will challenge the learner driver to as many varied roads and traffic conditions as possible.


On an ideal driving lesson, you’ll need to begin the lesson from your pickup point, have the lesson briefing, and then experience the test routes and traffic conditions that you’ll be taken on during your test. This could be some distance away from your pickup location and may only be possible in a 1½ hour’s lesson.


Gaining experience with a variety of traffic conditions, particularly the exact routes that you’ll be taking on your driving test will considerably increase your chances of passing.


2 Hour Driving Lessons are Too Tiring


2 hour driving lessons are tiring for most learners, they are simply too long. That’s why Lloyds Driver Training offers 1½ hour lessons and offers enough time to get plenty of driving experience. However, if you are finding driving lessons long and tiring, your instructor will be more than happy to accommodate a short break. Your instructor will guide you to a safe place to park up, where you can exit the car, stretch your legs and get some fresh air.

Driving Lessons in Waterlooville

What our customers say about us…

Lloyds Driver Training
"Great instructor, patient and honest with when your ready for test. Highly recommend, great feedback during lessons and made me feel comfortable and confident driving."

Jess Smith

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