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AUTOMATIC DRIVING LESSONS

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Driving School

MORE ABOUT ATLAS SCHOOL OF MOTORING

 Atlas School of Motoring have been operating in and around the North of Glasgow for over 20 years. 

In that time we have helped many people to gain their Driving licence, in doing so achieving a very high pass rate.

Driving lessons are tailored to the needs of the student, using coaching techniques.

There is a choice of one hour, one and a half hour or two hour lessons.

Lessons can be taken more than once per week if required.

 

ATLAS SCHOOL OF MOTORING NEWS

Whether you’re a current student of ATLAS School of Motoring or visiting us for the first time, this section can provide helpful information for you. Take a look below and check back often for the latest updates.

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COVID 19

DRIVING LESSON BOOKINGS ARE NOW BEING TAKEN.

Atlas School of Motoring will be adhering to the guidance from the Scottish government  and The Driving and Vehicle Standards Agency.

Masks to be worn by the Driving Instructor and customer in car.

Your Driving Instructor will call you approximately 30 minutes prior to your lesson to ensure you are showing no symptoms in relation to Covid 19 or have not been in contact with anyone showing these symptoms.

Please wash your hands thoroughly immediately before your lesson.

If you decide to wear disposable gloves, please put them on just before getting into the car.

Windows will be down as much as possible to  aid ventillation.

Before and after each lesson all contact points will be wiped down with antibacterial wipes/spray.

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5 ESSENTIAL TIPS FOR BEGINNERS.

1. Take notes during your driving lesson.

2. Read over your notes at least twice before your next lesson as this helps you establish your goals for the next session.

3. Books such as THE HIGHWAY CODE, DRIVING THE ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND KNOW YOUR TRAFFIC SIGNS are recommended reading.

4. Dont compare yourself to friends/family that are learning or have learned to drive.

We all learn at different rates.

5.Be considerate to other road users.