Driving Lessons in West Bromwich

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Driving Lessons in West Bromwich

Welcome to Bennetts, we are a long established driving school providing driving lessons West Bromwich & throughout the UK. All of our driving instructors are highly motivated and are registered by the DVSA.

Your driving lessons will be conducted in a dual controlled car and all teaching methods are of the highest standards.

We have over 30 years experience in teaching people to drive and have great introductory offers for all new candidates so you can take advantage of a great offer whilst getting to know your instructor and your car then arrange more lessons with your dedicated driving instructor.

We do not charge extra for evening or weekend lessons and all lessons are a very reasonable rate for the expertise you are receiving, you can also benefit from further reductions in block booking lessons.

If you haven’t yet passed your theory test please have a look at our FREE online theory & hazard perception practice test, click here to log on to it. 

If you have any questions or would like to book your driving lessons in West Bromwich please give our friendly office a call. The office is open 8-8 Monday to Friday and 9-5 on Saturdays.

 

Special Offer
1st 2 Lessons Only £45*

*(Taken as 1 x 2 Hour Lesson)  

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Special Offer 1st  Lesson (2 Hours) £45 

1 Hour
£25

Block Of 10 £240

“Bennetts got me my first time pass! I had Paul hunter and he was excellent was very patient with me. Was always calm and made me feel like I wasn’t being rushed or slowed down! Let me know when I was test ready! Lots of great learning. And fairly priced! Thank you Bennetts and thank you Paul hunter that I’m now on the road and experiencing the world.”

Leanne Hayward

Our driving instructors are proud to offer driving lessons in West Bromwich Albion

West Bromwich has to be most famous for its football teams West Bromwich Albion which is referred to as the Hawthorns, the club moved to the Old Hawthorns Estate named because in the past Hawthorn bushes had grown on the site.

The Hawthorns was the first ground to have an electronic turnstile gate fitted way back in 1949. The ground began to take shape in 1964, the building of the east stand commonly known as the Rainbow stand, then in 1976 the Albion’s 1st private boxed were built.

The next big changed to the ground were made after the Hillsborough disaster where the club made the stadium an all seater venue at a cost of around 4 million pounds. The new all seater stadium was officially opened on Boxing Day in 1995.

The ground can be easily reached by road, from the M5 junction 1 then take the A41 East and head towards Birmingham City Center. The stadium is also easily accessible by rail, head to Birmingham New Street station then take a metro to the Hawthorns from snow hill station.

Famous people from West Bromwich include the comedian Frank Skinner, the Olympic champion Denise Lewis, its the birthplace of Madeleine Carroll who stars in the Hitchcock hit film ’39 steps’ and from the music world we have Judas Priest, Robert Plant and of course the legendary Phil Lynott from the band Thin Lizzy.