Monday to Friday: 09:00 to 17:00 , Saturday to Sunday: Closed
Visa, Cash, Stripe, Paypal, Cheque
Driving Lessons Batley - Driving Instructor Batley
If you suffer from any physical or even visual disorder you must ensure that the D.V.S.A to consider you fit to drive, and are happy to issue you with a provisional licence.
The restrictions are laid down in a booklet "Medical Fitness to Drive" which is published by the Medical Commision on Accident Prevention. This sets out the standards used by the D.V.S.A to assess fitness to drive. If you are unsure whether you will be allowed to drive or not you should approach your Doctor for advice or information.
If you have a hearing impairment there is no reason why you cannot learn to drive either a manual or automatic vehicle. You are likely to take longer than the average learner, and obviously learning in an automatic vehicle would be slightly quicker. Although any instructor can teach deaf or partially deaf we have instructors who have been specially trained and have experience in teaching pupils with this problem.
When you are ready to take your theory test special arrangements can be made for those who are dyslexic or have other reading difficulties, who are deaf or who have other physical disabilities and also for whom English is not their first language. These arrangements must be made in advance when booking the test. You must also confirm that the test centre is accessible if a wheelchair is required.
When you are ready to take your practical test you must also at the time of completing the booking form disclose all relevant information as requested. For example in the case of someone who is profoundly deaf by disclosing this information the examiner can then be properly prepared and extra time can be allocated for the test to allow for slower communication.
Alan's School of Motoring are totally committed to improving the safety of our roads. All of our customers are made fully aware of the potential dangers on the road before they get in the driving seat. Driving Lessons Batley is proud that all of his customers are safer drivers as a result of his attention to detail on road safety.
With traffic accidents being one of the highest killers of our young people, He sees it as jis responsibility to educate and inform all his customers of the dangers of drink driving, speeding, and negligence at the wheel (using mobile phones etc). Driving Lessons Batley also stress the importance of wearing seatbelts which no doubt saves thousands of lives every year in the event of accidents.
If you choose to learn with Alan's School of Motoring, you will be learning from the best in the business, it is Alan's philosophy that once you understand and are aware of the potential dangers in driving on the road, you can concentrate on your driving skills. Driving Lessons Batley promises that you would become a better, more confident and safer driver if you learn with him.
For more information regarding our focus on road safety or to book a course of lessons, please either call Alan on 07876 337105 or complete the short form on the contact us page.