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FIRST FREE DRIVING LESSON.COM

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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
WELCOME TO THE HOMEPAGE OF THE UKS MOST POPULAR FREE
DRIVING LESSON PROMOTION
Having commenced in September 2006, the aim of the promotion is to impact upon the unacceptably high novice driver accident rate, by encouraging professional instruction with fully qualified DfT Approved Driving Instructors.

Since 2006, the promotion has arranged the first FREE driving lesson for tens of thousands of people of all ages, who have got their driving career off to the best possible start.

We now invite you to participate in this exciting offer by clicking
on the link to the right in order to be transferred to the Terms & Conditions, which leads to the Application Form:
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TERMS & CONDITIONSEveryone is welcome to apply for a FREE driving lesson with a fully qualified Approved Driving Instructor, but as with all things in life, there are some terms and conditions involved - so please read the below very carefully before applying:


To have a FREE driving lesson with a fully qualified Approved Driving Instructor, you must comply and agree with ALL the following:

1. You must have a current provisional driving licence or intend getting one within 6 months of the date of your application. You can therefore apply for a FREE one-hour driving lesson if you are 16 and a half (or older) on the date of applying (but bear in mind that the FREE driving lesson will not take place until you are aged 17 or older).

2. You should NOT be currently under instruction with an Approved Driving Instructor, or you should be intending to change your instructor i.e. you should:
a) be a brand new learner and not have had any professional driving instruction to date, or
b) if you have had professional instruction prior to applying, you should not be currently under instruction with an Approved Driving Instructor (if you have recently failed a driving test and want to change your previous instructor, or simply want to change your current instructor for other reasons on a permanent basis, then this is acceptable and you may apply).

3. This offer applies anywhere on mainland England, Wales and Scotland. It includes the Isle of Wight, but specifically excludes the Channel Islands, Scilly Isles, Isle of Man and any islands off Scotland. It also excludes Northern Ireland and ROI.

4. Offer is subject to instructor availability.

5. The FREE one-hour lesson will be with a fully qualified Approved Driving Instructor in a manual gearbox car. Please do NOT apply if you want to drive a car with an automatic gearbox.

6. You must NOT have participated in this FREE driving lesson promotion in the last 12 months.

7. The person wanting the free driving lesson should be the person applying. However, if you are applying because you want a FREE lesson as a surprise for a family member or for your boyfriend/girlfriend, or you are the guardian of someone you want to offer the FREE lesson to, then this is acceptable providing that:
a) the person you want to offer the FREE lesson to complies with all these Terms & Coditions, and
b) you state in the EXTRA INFO box at the foot of the application form that you are applying on behalf of someone else.

8. Please allow up to 28 days from the date of applying for your instructor to contact you. In the unlikely event that you have not heard within 28 days, please re-apply and state that this is your second time of applying in the EXTRA INFO box at the foot of the application form.

9. Your instructor will contact you by phone in the first instance, hence it is important that you give us at least one contact telephone number on the application form (supplying both landline and mobile phone contact numbers is the best policy, as giving two numbers will inevitably mean that your instructor can contact you quicker. Emails are also very helpful).

10. Please note that you cannot stipulate what instructor you want and what car you want to take your FREE lesson in. All our driving instructors are fully qualified and currently on the Register of Approved Driving Instructors (we do not use trainee instructors, which are frequently used by many big driving schools). Once you have applied for your FREE lesson, we will allocate you a fully qualified driving instructor from our database, with the choice of instructor being ours.

11. The instructor will then contact you to arrange a mutually convenient time and date for your FREE lesson. It is important to understand that you cannot stipulate a day/time for your FREE lesson on your application form, as we do not offer a booking service. When your instructor contacts you, it is at that stage that you can discuss times and days with him or her (we do not get involved with that). However, if you will be on holiday in the next month or two, or if you do not want your FREE lesson before a certain date, then by all means include this information in the EXTRA INFO box at the foot of the application form.

12. Similarly, you cannot stipulate whether you want a male or female driving instructor, or an instructor from a particular driving school - the choice of instructor for your FREE lesson is ours, depending on instructor availability from our extensive database.

13. Finally, please do not apply for the FREE driving lesson without giving it some thought. We are offering you the chance to meet with a fully qualified Approved Driving Instructor in your area. He or she may be from one of the big national driving schools or be an independent local driving instructor, and whilst there is no obligation to take further training with the instructor, why not go on to take a full course of lessons? After all, the instructor has been prepared to give you a FREE one hour driving lesson in the first place, which certainly shows their commitment, and is more than a lot of other instructors would be prepared to do!

IF YOU HAVE READ, FULLY UNDERSTAND AND COMPLY WITH ALL THE ABOVE, PLEASE APPLY FOR YOUR FREE DRIVING LESSON BY CLICKING ON THE BELOW LINK:
#2
Thank you
#3
Heat added, shame I can't use it though.

3. This offer applies anywhere on mainland England, Wales and Scotland. It includes the Isle of Wight, but specifically excludes the Channel Islands, Scilly Isles, Isle of Man and any islands off Scotland. It also excludes Northern Ireland and ROI.
#4
DD98
Heat added, shame I can't use it though.

3. This offer applies anywhere on mainland England, Wales and Scotland. It includes the Isle of Wight, but specifically excludes the Channel Islands, Scilly Isles, Isle of Man and any islands off Scotland. It also excludes Northern Ireland and ROI.


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#5
I can't drive, so this will be inspire me to get off my bum and learn. Freebies can sway you to try anything once.
Heat added :-) xx
#6
TamaraKnight
Freebies can sway you to try anything once.
Heat added :-) xx


Sounds interesting

:p
#7
TamaraKnight
I can't drive, so this will be inspire me to get off my bum and learn. Freebies can sway you to try anything once.
Heat added :-) xx


Getting up and doing something is no bad thing, so well done there.

But I've got to tell you that driving is not something that you should commit to on a freebie - because it is a very expensive investment.

I've been learning for around a year now. I'm not a fast learner, but I'm not stupid either. Including lessons, and buying a cheap rustbucket of a car to get some practice, and insurance/tax on that, I'm probably down about 2500 pounds. That is something that I budgeted for, because learning to drive is worth doing, and it's worth doing as soon as you can reasonably afford it.

But it still shocks me to think of all that money going down a hole, when I think of the lengths I go to in order to get twenty quid off an xbox or whatever on this site!
#8
So which driving school is this with?
#9
To be honest nearly every driving school has some kind of offer, I got my first 3 hours for £20 at mine
#10
Applied for it, do they inform you by phone or post?
#11
wild_quinine
Getting up and doing something is no bad thing, so well done there.

But I've got to tell you that driving is not something that you should commit to on a freebie - because it is a very expensive investment.

I've been learning for around a year now. I'm not a fast learner, but I'm not stupid either. Including lessons, and buying a cheap rustbucket of a car to get some practice, and insurance/tax on that, I'm probably down about 2500 pounds. That is something that I budgeted for, because learning to drive is worth doing, and it's worth doing as soon as you can reasonably afford it.

But it still shocks me to think of all that money going down a hole, when I think of the lengths I go to in order to get twenty quid off an xbox or whatever on this site!


Yikes thats alot of money. I think the total for me to learn was about £550 for 32 hours of driving lessons + my test. I also got put on my parents insurance for about 3 months for £60, way under your amount, but it still is an expensive skill to learn
banned#12
are you obliged to take more lessons out with them as some ave seen in the past you geta free lesson but you have to take a block of 10 out after wards
#13
logyon
are you obliged to take more lessons out with them as some ave seen in the past you geta free lesson but you have to take a block of 10 out after wards


I hope not but they might ask 'so when do you want your next lesson?' after the free lesson.
#14
Cheers :thumbsup:
#15
I applied for this when the deal was posted 2 weeks ago and just got a phone call earlier this evening, have my first lesson a week on friday (only due to work commitments or I could have had it booked sooner).
I am getting the 1st 2 hours for free, then its £23 per lesson after that, or block booking saves you a quid per lesson.

Happy days :-D
Many thanks pinkmelonmr2 :thumbsup:

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