“Learning with Philip was great, he was always so helpful, patient and also helped me gain confidence with driving! I was so happy that I passed first time and Philip definitely prepared me well for my test”.
Hannah from Exeter
“Philip is a great driving instructor with ability to put you at ease no matter what your driving experience is. He works with you for what you require and with his help I was able to pass my driving test. I would highly recommend him to friends.”
Ryan from Exeter
“Having never driven a car until I was 30 I thought it was probably about time! Philip is a good instructor who gradually built up my confidence and driving skills and as a result of that I passed first time. I would highly recommend him.”
Ryan from Exeter
Claire from Kenton
“When I first started I felt nervous but I soon began to feel confident. Philip had a lot of paience with me whilst I perfected my driving skills. I passed first time and would recommend Philip to anyone”
Chris from Blackborough
I really enjoyed learning to drive with Philip. I passed my test 9 weeks after my birthday and Philip did a great job getting me through my test. Thanks.
Quick Tips To Help You Pass Your Driving Theory Test
In order to gain your driving license you will need to pass a theory test as well as your practical driving test. Although many people shrug the theory test off as easy, preparing properly for it is vital to passing first time. At Philip Chappell Driving Tuition we can help you tick off the first step in getting your licence with these quick tips.
Everything You Need To Know About The Hazard Perception Test
As well as the multiple choice section of the driving theory test, you must do a hazard perception task. In order to gain your certificate both sections must receive the relevant pass marks. Read more about the theory test in the previous blog post to get you started. At Philip Chappell Driving Tuition all learners receive a free theory programme with a hazard perception DVD; find out the basics now.
5 Tips For Your First Driving Lesson
You’ve finally booked your first driving test! Whether you’ve just turned seventeen and can now get your provisional licence, you’ve finally plucked up the courage, or you need to learn quickly, having your first lesson can be nerve-wracking. At Philip Chappell Driving Tuition students can expect two free hours to get them started. Read these tips to help you get the most out of your first driving experience.
How to avoid common driving distractions
Safe driving takes up a lot of your concentration, but it is easy to get distracted whilst on the road. We have compiled a list of some of the most common driving distractions and tips on how to avoid them. Texting Texting distracts you in three ways: mentally, physically and visually. Because of this, it […]
How to calm your driving test nerves
Nerves are unavoidable. We all, at some point or another, experience them, and your driving test will be no different. You will feel nervous. But thankfully, you can work towards calming those nerves and increase your chance of passing by doing a few things. And that’s exactly what we’re going to look at here. Practice, […]