A study from the DSA indicated the average number of hours of driving lessons required to pass the driving test, by age and type of learner.
Things to take into account when taking your driving test include…
Do you live in a busy city or town?
Lessons taken during school run and rush hour be more challenging
If you don’t do any background work in-between lessons.
If you practice with friends and family you could pick up some bad habits
It will definitely help you pass your test quickly if you…
- Have already completed some lessons
- You have more than one lesson a week
- You drive between lessons
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Source: DSA, Cohort II: A Study of Learner and New Drivers, Volume 1 – Main Report, 2006