FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Automatic Car Driving Course is the only UK based online platform where you will find all exercises relevant for UK car Theory and driving tests to pass, all in one place, and all for an unbeatable price. This way, you have your own automatic driving instructor at your fingertips 24/7

According to UK Department for Transport – GOV.UK

statistic first time passes for the last five years are as follows:

Year 2019/20

Male Pass 48.7% Female Pass 42.6%

Year 2018/19

Male Pass 49.2% Female Pass 42.4%

Year 2017/18

Male Pass 49.8% Female Pass 43.0%

Year 2016/17

Male Pass 50.3% Female Pass 43.9%

Year 2015/16

Male Pass 50.8% Female Pass 43.8%

Yes absolutely.

Because there’s less to master in an automatic car, some learners may find it quicker to pass their test. The quicker you pass your test, the less money you’ll spend on driving lessons.

You will save time and money. You can also choose the timing of your lessons and will therefore be able to have more fun with practising your driving. Thanks to the simple explanation of each lesson and the clear structure, you will see an immediate improvement in your progress and you will considerably increase your chances of passing your UK automatic car driving test for the first time.

Automatic Car Driving Course is suitable for car learners at all levels, so it doesn’t matter whether you have already started to drive, Automatic Car Driving Course allows you to solidify your driving techniques thanks to its individual topic lessons. It is also very suitable for accompanying drivers who require assistance on how to best impart their experience to learner driver

It doesn’t matter whether you already have a driving instructor, the course content is meant to go hand in hand with what your driving instructor will be showing you. It is for all who are currently learning to drive and want to become a better  driver.

An Automatic Car Driving Course can make you learn quicker than any resources and make you pass easily. On average, UK driving schools recommend about 45 hours of professional practice. Candidates who combine professional instructor with private practice are more successful in the UK car test

Yes absolutely.

Automatic Car Driving Course has been created to be viewable on any internet connected devices. (Smart mobile phone, Tablet or Ipad, Laptop or desktop computer).

according to www.thesun.co.uk

Nobody will be driving manual cars in a few years as motorists shun gearsticks for automatic. Manual cars could disappear from UK roads within a few years as motorists ditch the gear stick for automatic… And brit buyers are already moving towards automatic for improved fuel economy and Eco safe driving

Yes, If you have Dyslexia / Dyspraxia Automatic Car Driving Course will help you to become a safe, confident and competent driver. When used in conjunction with your lessons and make learning more enjoyable and less stressful. You may be lucky and have an instructor who understands the issues you may face. The Automatic Car Driving Course is packed with techniques to help you to remember more and to make learning to drive much more enjoyable.

Yes, Emotions are very powerful things and a calm, relaxed and confident emotional state will give you the best chance of passing your test. This is what this Automatic Car Driving Course will help you to achieve.

NO.

You can buy an Automatic Car Driving Course without having passed your theory test. Automatic Car driving Course offers a complete DVSA question bank of over 750 question and answer, also hazard perception.

But you must have passed your theory test before you can take a practical test.

There are 5 parts to the driving test:

an eyesight check

show me, tell me vehicle safety questions

general driving ability

reversing your vehicle

independent driving

You’ll drive for around 40 minutes.

You’ll drive for around 60 minutes if you’re taking an extended driving test because you’ve been banned from driving.

15 minors pass marks.

you’ll pass your driving test if you make: no more than 15 driving faults (sometimes called minors) no serious or dangerous faults (sometime called majors)

 

No.

Many learners assume that hitting the kerb while performing a manoeuvre will result in an instant fail, but again it’s not entirely true. While mounting the kerb or crashing into it hard, will be marked down as a major, a simple touch or clip during a manoeuvre is only classed as a minor fault

Yes,

You may be surprised to learn that it is possible to take your driving test without any prior lessons but as long as you know what the examiner is looking for you to deliver during the test. Automatic Car Driving Course is for you.

Yes,

Although you can take your driving test in an automatic vehicle, you will only be able to drive an automatic car with your licence.

Manoeuvres are an important component of the practical test. If the examiner feels like you’re showing a lack of judgment or control, then yes you fail.

Being hesitant and driving too slowly can actually lead you to fail your test, as it can be dangerous. Examiners pass positive drivers, not negative or risk taking one. Driving too slowly can also signal that you don’t know what the speed limit is, which the examiner will view as you being unfit to drive.

Top reasons for failing the UK driving test

Junctions – observation

Mirrors – change direction

Control – steering

Junction – turning right

Move off – control

Response to sign – traffic lights

Positioning – normal driving

The average waiting time for a practical test is at least 2 months, and at some test centre as long as 4 months. This can be a real stumbling block if you want to get your licence fast.

A theory test costs £23 for cars, and the driving test cost £62.

This is a knowledge based course and the instant you start watching you receive value and benefit, this can not be taken away.

All lessons are minimum of two hours of duration. All lessons are advance booking and payment, we don’t hold or reserve any places till payment receive. All lessons are 12 months or a year validity from first driving lesson.

No refund, No transfer, No exchange in any form