Driving School Colchester - Kenton's Driving School

Driving School Colchester - Kenton's Driving School

For professional driving tuition Colchester, Clacton & surrounding villages

call 01206 828 063 or 07811 191 625 or email kenton.woods@sky.com

Kentonís driving school is run by Kenton Woods, who has been a Driving Standards Agency approved driving instructor since 1996. He has previously worked for a large local-based driving school and is now venturing out on his own.  He is a calm and patient instructor specialising in nervous drivers.

The Driving Test

Theory Test

Before you can take your practical driving test you must have passed the DSA Theory test, which is in two parts Ė hazard perception test and a multiple choice section. You need to pass both parts of this test and it is valid for two years. Book your official DSA driving theory test online

Practical Test

Includes an eyesight check, two show me tell me questions and practical driving. You will have to demonstrate one reversing manoeuvre and twenty minutes of independent driving. Book your DSA practical driving test online

Useful Links:
The Official Highway Code Online
Show Me Tell Me

Pass Plus

Once you have passed your test save money on your car insurance premium by doing the Pass Plus course, recognised by most leading insurance providers. The course covers the following:

  • driving in town
  • driving on rural roads
  • driving on motorways/dual carriage ways
  • driving at night
  • driving in all weather conditions

Pass Plus Course £200

Refresher lessons

Offered to those who have not driven for a while. Build up your confidence in a dual controlled car before taking to the road in your own car again.

Licence Application

In order to begin driving lessons you will need a valid provisional driving licence. You can apply for a provisional licence one month before your 17th birthday. The form D1 can be obtained from your local post office and sent to the DVLA following all instructions on the form. Alternatively, you can apply online at www.directgov.co.uk.

Useful Resources