Bespoke Advanced & Defensive Driving Courses Islington

We offer advanced and defensive driving courses in Islington, London. We have over 200 advanced driving tutors around the UK, with the vast majority being in the London/SE area. We look at training the same way we look at our customers, whether business or private; each one is unique. 

We cover this location + All of the UK – We come to you for the training:

We provide bespoke advanced/defensive driver training to companies and private individuals using our national network of DVSA-registered advanced driving instructors.

  • For Companies: We offer a range of driving courses for businesses:
    a. Advanced/Defensive Courses – Multiple Drivers – More Info
    b. Advanced/Defensive Courses – Single Driver – More Info
    c. Advised by Employer to do a Course – More Info
    d. Van Driver Training – More Info
    d. Online Risk Assessment (meet Dora!) – More Info
  • For Private Individuals: We offer courses for those that wish to improve their driving for a range of reasons:
    a. General Advanced/Defensive Driving Course – More Info
    b. Pending Speeding Conviction – More Info
    c. Advised by Solicitor/Insurance Company – More Info
    d. Nervous Driver/Driving Phobia – More Info
    e. High-Performance Car Owner – More Info
    f. Young/Inexperienced Driver – More Info

Our advanced driving courses in Islington are designed to cover urban driver training, out-of-town (rural) and of course motorway training. We cover a wide range of elements, including:

* Awareness and planning
* Car control
* Deal with varying traffic conditions
* Rules of the road
* Dealing with skids and adverse weather

Remember – Each driving course is bespoke to your own needs. This applies to both business and individual customers across the UK

For all our bespoke driving courses in Islington, we provide training on a range of roads and different areas, which can include:

Motorway training – Islington is set in the North of London, and the nearest motorway is the M1 towards Brent Cross, the main roads to link to this are the A1 and Finchley Road, and we use these routes to educate drivers for motorway confidence training. Living in highly populated areas such as Islington, many people who can drive use public transport for convenience and when they do drive out of the area are less confident than those who drive every day. Good motorway driving is essential, especially on very busy motorways like the M1 and the M25 and using forward planning and good observations is crucial. Understanding how to enter and exit junctions safely and changing lanes with good indications are skills that can be easily taught with advanced driver training.

Rural Roads – Set in the centre of London, it is up to ten miles out of the area before reaching any rural roads, and much the same as motorway driving, locals tend to use public transport, and therefore, when they do drive, they may not be as confident as drivers who use rural roads often. Rural driving can be hazardous as there are fewer signs and hardly any street lighting, and in winter months, some roads could be impossible with flooding or tree falls. When contemplating rural driving, it is essential to plan your journey well, especially in adverse weather conditions, as this will help you to avoid such routes. Accidents in rural areas can be very severe and often include new drivers, as the temptation to speed in quiet areas without speed cameras is very high.

Urban Training – Islington is an extremely busy urban environment, and travelling across the area can be frustrating, as traffic jams and diversions are often a regular part of urban driving. Understanding how to use your mirrors for all round observations and using indicators at the right time to show other drivers of your intentions is vital. The A4104 and the A1 are littered with accident sites. Although urban driving accidents are less severe due to lower speeds, they can be costly and upsetting, and this is why urban driver training is essential, especially if you have to use these roads for work purposes or are considering perhaps a delivery driver role. Learning how to anticipate the actions of other drivers can be the difference between being involved in an accident and reaching your destination safely.

Training Options:

If you are looking at training two or more drivers, we can split a day so one driver goes out in the morning for 3.5hrs, and then another driver for the same time period in the afternoon.

We can train between 1 and 100+ drivers if needed at multiple locations on the same or various days. After the training, you will receive a full driving report, which will outline the driving standard both before and after the training. We measure a driver in 20+ key areas and score them either excellent, very good, good, adequate or poor. We do this at the start and the end, so you can see the improvement and in what areas. There will also be notes from the tutor too.

Costs and Quotes:

To talk with a member of our team and to get a quote or to look at dates, please contact us via the form on the upper right of the screen. We should get back to you within an hour during working hours.