Driving Lessons in Tonbridge, Sevenoaks & all surrounding areas.
Bennetts Driving School have emerged as the most sought after driving schools in the UK with over 30 years of experience in providing top quality driving lessons. All of our instructors in Tonbridge and surrounding areas are experts in teaching you all the skils you need to pass your driving test and to make you a happy safe driver for life so if you are looking for excellent value for money then look no further as Bennetts are here for you.
When taking your driving lessons in Tonbridge we will use test routes to pracitce on as you will be taking one of those routes on your driving test, these roads are partcularly complex as you will be dealing with crossroads such as Albion Road & king George V hill, mini roundabouts like Sandhurst Road and Goods Station Road on the A26, rest assured that our driving instructors will have you ready.
The test center is located at:
8 Upper Grosvenor Road
First 2 Driving Lessons Only £29.50
Book your driving lessons today. Call us on: 0333 321 8989
1st 2 Lessons
Block Of 10 £240
“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.”
Tonbridge is a market town in the county of Keny and located on the River Medway with an appoximate population of around40,000 and only 4 miles away from Tunbridge Wells. It is suggested that the name derives from the ‘Town of Bridges’. the towns spelling has changed in recent years as it was originally spelt Tunbridge, he spelling was changed to Tonbridge due to the confusion of Tunbridge Wells. In the 11th Century a castle was built by the son of William the Conqueror, Richard Fitz Gilbert shortly after this the town was beseiged by William Rfus and not long after that the town was taken again by King John and this happened after only a few months of signing the Magna Carta. Tonbridge Castle was finally taken by Henry VIII after executing the Duke of Buckingham