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Beginning your lessons in Hull


Begin your lesson with drivinglesson.com, all of our instructors are trained and will get you on the road safety and we can assure you that you will be pleased with the service you are provided with here at drivinglesson.com.  With the town being close-by to Wilberforce House (home of one of Hull's famous Sons) and the Hull & East Riding Museum, why wouldn’t you want to get on the road here in Hull?


Choosing us as your driving school


The reason you should choose drivinglesson.com


  • professional instructors

  • excellent pass rates

  • very competitive lesson prices

  • we provide you with professional appointment cards to keep track of your lessons



Practical Driving Test


Driving is a lifelong skill that you do not lose once you have learnt it. Every pupil has a different way of learning to one and other.  There is one main driving test centre in Hull:


Reservoir Road
Off Clough Rd, Kingston upon Hull
East Yorkshire


Simple maintenance tips


When you have your own car and start to head out on the road, it is important to make sure you do regular checks on your car. There’s enough happening on the roads to think about so making sure your car is maintained is very important. Once you have done these checks it leaves you free to focus on your driving. Here are things you need to check:


  1. Oil - check the oil in your car at least once a month, if you do not do this it can result in serious damage to the engine. (wait until the engine is cool to get an accurate reading)

  2. Do not ignore dashboard alerts –if a warning light comes on, pay attention to it. Ignoring it can result in higher repair bills in the future

  3. Coolant – Engines get very hot, without proper coolant things can go wrong. Check this regularly in warmer months and before long journeys.

  4. Brake fluid –you need to check your brake fluid level. Check your handbook so see how to measure this. If it is too low, do not attempt to fill it yourself. Take it to a garage.

  5. Tyres – every car has a recommended pressure this depends on the weight of the car. This needs checking regularly. It is also important to check your tread depth as it can result if large fines or crashes.

  6. Regular car service – Most of the above will be checked for you at a car service. Some modern cars will tell you when your service is due. But it is your responsibility to keep on top of this and get your car regularly serviced.This allows peace of mind for the drivers and also lowers car emissions.


Areas covered in Hull:



High Hunsley



Bishop Burton   









Kirk Ella

Little Weighton

Low Hunsley



North Ferriby     

Out Newton      








South Cave        





West Ella            




Driving qualifications


Pass Plus – Pass Plus course purpose is to give drivers additional skills and confidence while teaching you how to deal with different hazards on the road after passing your test. Most insurance companies will offer discounts for drivers who have done a pass plus course.


Institute of advances Motorists (IAM) – This qualification is set out to improve driving standards by encouraging motorists to be safe on the roads.   The course will provide a membership of the IAM which can lead to a lot of insurance savings.


Tips on how to stay safe


Peer pressure- there can be a lot of peer pressure to drive fast when you’re driving with a car full of friends. To defuse this problem try telling them calmly what the speed limit is, if it carries on try pretending you’re ill or fake a mechanical problem.

-Drinking or on drugs while driving can get you up to a 6 month prison sentence, an unlimited fine and disqualification from driving!

- At 70mph a car travels the length of six double decker buses every single second! That is why that one second you take to check a text message can go terribly wrong



-Drugs and alcohol-


Too much alcohol means over 80mg of booze per 100ml of blood tested with a breath test. If you refuse to provide one it normally means the same punishment as providing a sample which is over the limit. 


1. If you are driving you are best off not to drink at all. Calculating whether you are over the limit it risky!

2. When drinking at home, you will normally poor more alcohol in compared to a put so don’t underestimate how much you have drank

3. If you have been drinking the night before you can easily be over the limit still. Avoid driving the next day.

4. If you are involved in a crash you will be breathalysed. Drink driving is not worth risk even if you don’t think you are over the limit