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Peppers School of Motoring - First Steps

To be able to drive on the public roads you must be

  • aged 17 or over
  • in possession of a Provisional Driving Licence
  • insured for the vehicle you are driving.

You must be able to read a car number plate from a distance of 20.5 metres on the older style number plates (eg X123 ABC), or 20 metres on the new style (eg AB55 ABC). If you need to wear glasses or contact lenses to do this, you must wear them when driving.

All new licences issued are now of the Photo type, so you will need two passport sized photographs when you apply. As it can take a few weeks for your provisional licence to come through, apply in good time, and be sure to send all the relevant documentation with your application. You can obtain Driving Licence application forms from your local Post Office or from our office which we can post out to you.

If you are not yet 17, you may still be able to learn the basics with Peppers School of Motoring at the off road training circuit at Westpoint, Exeter (see our 'Learn at 16' for more information on this).

By far the best way to learn is to have a course of lessons with a Peppers School of Motoring professional Driving Instructor. They will teach you the correct way as laid down by the Driving Standards Agency syllabus, not only to pass the test, but be a safe driver for life too. Learning with parents or friends rarely results in being taught correctly and thus leads to not passing your driving test as quickly as you might.

This doesn't mean however that you can’t practice. Once you have started your lessons then you will be encouraged by your instructor to get as much practice between your lessons as possible, your instructor will advise you when he thinks it is safe for you to do so. Whilst you are driving as a learner, you must be accompanied by a person who is over the age of 21 and has held a full licence for a minimum of 3 years.

Before you can take a practical driving test, you must first pass a Theory test (see our 'Theory test page'). Don’t worry it's not that difficult with the proper training, and your Peppers Instructor will be able to help you with books and literature.

So take the first steps now!

Apply for your Licence

and call Peppers now. Freephone 0800 026 9165

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