Aarons Dri​ving School​​​​​
                                     Tel: 07721 596241

Tution Hours:​

Monday :                                   1100 - 1800
Tuesday - Thursday :         1400 - 1800
Friday:                                        1300 - 1700
Saturday:                                  1000 - 1800
Sunday:                                      1000 - 1800

Lessons outside these times may be available depending on my availability.
Getting Started

Before you start to drive you need to make sure your eyesight meets certain requirements.
The regulations set out by the DSA state that, in order to drive you must be able to read a number plate, in good daylight from 20.5 metres (67 feet) for old-style number plates or 20 metres (65 feet) for new-style number plates.
The easiest way to check this for yourself is to try to read a number plate at the specified distance. If you are unable to do this then you should visit an optician before you start to drive. If you need to wear glasses or corrective lenses to read the number plate then this is not a problem, but, you must wear them whenever you drive.
You can obtain further information regarding your eyesight  online at   www.gov.uk/driving-eyesight-rules
Provisional Driving Licence
In order to drive on the road you must hold a valid, Provisional Driving Licence and be at least 17 years of age. , If you are in reciept of Higher Rate Disability Living Allowance, you can apply for your provisional licence when you are 16 years of age.
You can apply for the licence up to three months before your 17th birthday but, you will still have to wait until your birthday before you can take your theory test.
Driving licences are issued by the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA).
You can apply online at www.gov.uk/apply-first-provisional-driving-licence .  Alternatively you can apply by post by completing a D1 application form from a Post Office.
The current fee for a provisional driving licence is £34 if you apply online  or £43 if you apply by post. ( Fees are subject to change).
You will be required to provide original documentation  that confirms your identity, and a passport style colour photograph.
Further details of Identity documents required can be found online at  www.gov.uk/id-for-driving-licence
Send your completed D1 application form and payment to DVLA, Swansea, SA99 1AD.
 If you don’t want to send your Identity documents through the post, The Post Office offer a premium checking service for a small fee. The staff will check your application and Identity documents, forward the application form to the DVLA and return the identity documents to you.