Driving Lessons in Bridgend & surrounding areas.
Bennetts driving school of Bridgend have been teaching learner drivers for over 30 years. Over the years we have gained an excellent reputation and have become one of the countries largest driving schools. All our instructors in Bridgend are local and have a good knowledge of the area. We are able to offer driving lessons 5 days a week at no extra cost for evenings or weekends.
Here are some of the benefits when taking driving lessons with Bennetts
Free online Theory & Hazard Perception Mock Test
Bennetts driving school offer this service to save you money and time when looking for the material to study for your theory test most of our customers find this a very helpful service simply click here to go to our theory test link.
Door to Door Service
With Bennetts your driving lessons can start from home, work, college or even any central meeting point in Bridgend the choice is yours.
No Car Sharing
All our driving lessons in Bridgend are based on a one to one tuition basis, we believe you will learn quicker so we will not pick up or drop off other pupils on driving lessons.
First 2 Driving Lessons Only £35
Book your driving lessons today. Call us on Freephone: 0333 321 8989
1st 2 Lessons
Block Of 10 £260
“I passed my test with Bennetts driving school after only 18 hours of lessons. My instructor was brilliant and always made me feel at ease. I would recommend Bennetts Driving School to anyone. Thanks again I am now enjoying driving in my own car and feeling confident behind the wheel.”
Here are some facts about the Transport in Bridgend
Bridgend railway has services to Cardiff Central, Bristol Parkway and London Paddington to the east; Port Talbot Parkway, Neath, Swansea and the West Wales Line to the west; with Maesteg to the north. Bridgend is the western terminus of the Vale of Glamorgan Line which reopened to passenger traffic in 2005.
Wildmill railway station, about 1 mile north of Bridgend railway station, serves the estates of Wildmill, Pendre and Litchard and is on the Bridgend-Maesteg branch line. A park and ride station at Brackla, about 1.5 miles (2.4 km) south-east of Bridgend railway station is planned and is due to be constructed once capacity improvements have been made to the South Wales Main Line.
Bridgend bus station reaches out to the urban and rural areas in South Wales. Operated by First Cymru.
Bridgend is served by Cardiff International Airport, to which there are direct rail and bus services.
All of those you won’t need to worry about once you have passed your driving test.
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