Learning to drive can be one of the most testing, expensive and exciting experiences in life, but the weeks and months of lessons are soon forgotten once you get
your independence and freedom on the open road.

Humber Driver Tuition offers Learner Drivers

Traditional Driving Lessons:
A couple of hours of tuition every week, stretching out over a period of weeks or months. It’s easy to fit lessons around your schedule, and the pace is perfect for pupils that need time to absorb information.

Semi-intensive Driving Course:
Typically you might take daily lessons, spending a couple of hours per day in the car. Alternatively, each of your sessions might last several hours. Essentially 'condensing' the traditional method and getting your licence quicker.
Refresher Driving Lessons
If you haven’t driven in a long time, feel unsure about driving at night or navigating through 'todays traffic', contact Ian at Humber Driver Tuition. With his years of experience as a professional instructor he will understand your problems and requirements. Teaching new driving techniques and personalising the lessons to suit you, you will soon feel confident behind the wheel.
Confident behind the wheel after a few refresher driving lessons.

Why choose Humber Driver Tuition?

Not all pupils are the same..
Working as an Independent Driving Instructor, Ian can be flexible with the content, structure and the pace of the lessons he provides - this approach is far more sympathetic to the individual needs and abilities of his pupils.
Whether you are a total beginner or having refresher lessons - Ians calm reassuring manner ensures that even the most anxious pupils build self-confidence as their driving skills develop.

How do I get started?

You must first apply for a provisional driving licence.

Get your first provisional driving licence from DVLA online.
To apply you must:
  • be at least 17 years old
  • be able to read a number plate from 20 metres away