David Copeman - AA Driving Instructor Norwich

Call now to book a lesson 01508 578550 / 07729 397351 Pass Plus Approved Driving Standards Agency Approved

Booking a Driving Lesson

Normal Lesson time is 2 hours, but a 1 hour lesson is also possible.

  • Special Discount for beginners, book the first 5 hours for only £100, payable on first lesson.
  • Hourly Rate £26.00
  • Block Booking Discounts available when booking 10 hours or more (Paid in advance) - Call me for my Latest Offers!

Here's whats available to you as part of my driving tuition:

  • Brand new Ford Fiesta, dual controlled with air conditioning
  • Students can choose where you are collected - whether it is home, school, college or workplace
  • Professional tuition for all ages, abilities and experience
  • Lessons tailored to suit individual learning styles
  • Theory test advice and guidance using Theory Test Pro
  • Range of benefits provided by AA Driving School
  • Pass plus tuition available after you pass your test

Areas Covered

All tests are taken in Norwich, areas covered are; NR1, NR2, NR3, NR4, NR5, NR6, NR7, NR8, NR9, NR14-7, NR14-8, NR15-1, NR15-2, NR16-1, NR18-0.

Pass Plus

Pass Plus is an optional course introduced by the Driving Standard for newly qualified drivers to help impart valuable knowledge, experience and offers a way to learn new skills and safe driving techniques on the road. Obtaining Pass Plus may help you get a discount on your car insurance, ideal for new drivers! Contact me for more information on Pass Plus.

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Driving Discount First 5 Hours tuition only £100 - Offer/Deal/Discount

Driving Standards AgencyQualified driving instructors will always display a green DSA (Driving Standards Agency) badge in their windscreen. You should check that there's a green badge in the windscreen of your instructor’s car. Some driving schools place pupils with a trainee instructor who will display a pink DSA badge, yet still charge full rates without revealing they are not fully qualified.