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From the 4th of June 2018 the law changed to allow an Approved Driving Instructor (ADI) to deliver a lesson to a learner driver on a Motorway, and we are delighted to add this to our services. Prior to that the first time a novice driver actually got to put this into practice was after they became a full licence holder.  For the vast majority, this meant their first motorway experience was very much on their own and without the practical back up from an ADI. Fortunately, this inexperience that newly qualified drivers have with driving on the motorway is a thing of the past.

All of our training is delivered on a one-to-one basis, we use a structured client centred approach to your training in three manageable stages: Learn, Develop and Master

  • A provisional licence holder is ONLY allowed to drive on a motorway with an ADI in a dual controlled car.

  • Motorway lessons are not compulsory and motorway driving is not tested on the driving test!

  • Whilst we recommend motorway driving lessons, it is entirely up to the individual.


Motorways statistically are one of the safest roads out there, they’re still pretty intimidating. Additionally, there’s plenty that you need to get to grips with when driving on the motorway network.

With your trainer, you’ll learn how to acclimatise to the high speeds, check your mirrors, and anticipate any adjustments you may need to make further down the line.

Skills we typically cover:

  • Joining the Motorway

  • Correct speed and distance

  • Rules, Motorway signs and Road markings 

  • Overtaking

  • Leaving the Motorway

  • Emergencies

  • Tolls

  • Smart Motorways

  • Motorway services

  • Adverse weather conditions

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