Driving Lessons in Coventry, Leamington Spa & surrounding areas.
Bennetts driving school of Coventry have been teaching learner drivers for over 30 years. We have gained an excellent reputation and have become one of the country’s largest driving schools. All of our manual and automatic driving instructors in Coventry are local and have excellent knowledge of the local area and test routes. We are able to offer driving lessons 7 days a week at no extra cost for evenings or weekends.
Benefits of learning to drive in Coventry 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.
Door to Door pick up Service
With Bennetts your driving lessons can start from home, work, college or even any central meeting point in Coventry the choice is yours. This enables us to fit around your lifestyle and commitments.
No Car Sharing
All our driving lessons in Coventry 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.
1st 2 Lessons
Block Of 10
We are pleased to offer Driving Lessons in Coventry at the following postcodes:
CV1 – Coventry City Centre, Gosford Green, Hillfields, Spon End, Coventry University
CV2 – Walsgrave, Wyken, Stoke, Bell Green, Wood End, Potters Green, Aldermans Green, Clifford Park, Woodway Park
CV3 – Binley, Whitley, Willenhall, Cheylesmore, Styvechale, Finham, Fenside, Stoke Aldermoor, Green Lane, Ernesford Grange, Binley Woods
CV4 – Tile Hill, Canley, Cannon Park, Lime Tree Park, Gibbet Hill, Westwood Heath, University of Warwick
CV5 -Allesley, Allesley Park, Allesley Green, Earlsdon, Eastern Green, Whoberley, Chapelfields, Mount Nod, Brownshill Green
CV6 – Holbrooks, Coundon, Radford, Longford, Rowley’s Green, Courthouse Green, Whitmore Park, Hawkesbury
Coventry Driving Test Centres
Below are the addresses of the nearest driving test centres to Coventry. Most learners in Coventry will take their practical driving test at one of these locations below. Whichever one you book your practical driving test at rest assured we will pick you up from home, work or college and take you to either to sit the test. We hope you find this information helpful in booking your practical driving test.
Vernons Lane 42 Bayton Road,
West Midlands West Midlands,
CV10 9AQ CV7 9EJ
Learning to drive in Coventry
Coventry is a city located in the West Midlands. Like its neighbour Birmingham, Coventry also benefits from a great road network consisting of the M6 and M69, M45 and M40 motorways. Coventry has an inner ring road and Phoenix Way, a dual-carriageway running north-south completed in 1995, connecting the city centre with the M6 motorway.
Coventry has three Universities in the city and has been voted as the very best place to live and operate in the Midlands. It scored extremely in the locations of task security, adequate income levels, organization start-ups, wealth distribution and good health.
Hectic roadways you might experience in the area include the A444 and the M6, although this will not form part of your practical test. You should be confident with double carriageways, big and mini roundabouts, one method systems and rural driving. Specific attention should be paid to the Ricoh roundabout however your instructor will cover this with you prior to your test.
We pick up from all of the suburbs of Coventry. Whether you are at house, work or even out shopping we would be able to meet you for your driving course. With the driving instructor’s knowledge of Coventry, you will be guaranteed of a great understanding of all the local driving test routes.
Learning the local driving test routes and taking a mock driving test
Mock driving tests allow you to see what standards are needed for the driving test so you are not going in entirely blind and you can ensure that your requirements satisfy the requirements. It is also beneficial for your driving instructor to see if you are test prepared, if you fail the mock driving test, your trainer can work on the locations where you failed. We will also teach you all of the local driving test routes when taking your practical driving test in Coventry, our instructors are local to the area and have excellent knowledge of the local area and test routes so you can be rest assured you will be very familiar with the test routes before taking your driving test with Bennetts.
Interesting facts about Coventry
Coventry is a fantastic place to live with lots to see and do, here are some things that you might now know about Coventry – In the 19th Century Coventry was well known due to the author George Eliot, the city was modelled on the novel Middlemarch.
Back in 1958 the Belgrade Theatre was opened and was Britains first purpose-built civil theatre, another interesting fact is that Alan Pollock the playwright was brought up in Coventry along with novelist Graham Joyce, he wrote the famous novel ‘The Facts Of Life’.
Musically Coventry is famous for the Two-Tone movement in the 80s with bands like The Specials and The Selecter with hits Too Much To Young and Ghost Town.
The Italian Job was filmed in Coventry’s sewers, other films and TV shows filmed here include All In The Game starring Ray Winstone and The BBC sitcom Keeping Up Appearances, some of the Doctor Who episodes were filmed in the grounds of fords hospital.
Coventry is the home to Coventry City Football Club, Coventry Rugby Beaus, Speedway at Brandon Stadium, Ice Hockey known as the Coventry Blaze, they have their own stock car racing Stadium and if you are a fan of Cricket then they have Coventry and North Warwickshire Cricket Club. The Godiva Harriers holds all things athletic. Just some of the reasons why we love Coventry.
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What’s the difference between taking driving lessons in an automatic or manual car?
Manual vehicles have a clutch, brake and accelerator. You change gears yourself utilizing the clutch pedal and gear lever. Automatic cars have a brake and accelerator only, no clutch. The car does the gears for you, this makes learning to drive simpler and typically implies you will reach test requirements with less driving lessons.
Because of the easier driving design required for automatic cars many new motorists feel that automatic driving lessons are much easier while other new drivers take pleasure in the difficulty and experience of driving a manual vehicle.
If you are in a rush to get your driving licence because of schooling, work or other factors, you might wish to consider focusing on passing your driving test in an automatic vehicle, as a lot of drivers discover that they require less lessons and pass their test quickly. You can return at a later date and take lessons in a manual vehicle and then test once again for your manual driving licence.
In an automatic car gears are changed instantly. As the speed increases the car will instantly go up a gear and as the car speed decreases the gears will instantly alter to a suitable lower gear. You do not have to master the coordination of the clutch, gear lever and accelerator. This makes learnig to drive an automatic car simpler than a manual.