Quality Driving Lessons In Liverpool

With over a 1000 passes and counting. Which Liverpool driving School willyou trust with your tuition?


So you think you’ve got what it takes to become a driving instructor?

whatWhen you book driving lessons in Liverpool with Evolution you can be assured that the service you’ll be getting off us can’t be rivalled by other driving schools in Liverpool. Established in 2006, Evolution knows what is required to help you pass both your theory and practical driving test first time. From weekly driving lessons to intensive driving courses, our highly skilled team of driving instructors can help you get on the road in your own timescale.


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Why should you make Evolution

Your first choice for driving lessons in Liverpool?

Excellent team of Driving instructors

Choosing Evolution for your driving lessons in Liverpool, will ensure you’re getting the highest quality of tuition available, as all our driving instructors have been awarded a GRADE A on their last standards check with the DVSA.

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Our driving school will go that extra mile

Our driving instructors will go above and beyond your expectations to ensure you achieve your goals. Every driving lesson you have with one of our team will be documented via the total drive app. The feedback you’ll be given after your driving lesson will help to keep your standards high and by doing this it will also help Evolution to keep a pass rate higher than the national average. We’ll also give you free access to theory test pro. This is the one stop study resource for all you need to study and pass the theory test first time. 

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we're getting asked before people are booking a lesson

To get booked in for a course of driving lessons in Liverpool you’ll need to be at least 17 or above and have a provisional driving licence. If you haven’t applied for one yet, you can do it via the DVLA website or you can go to your local post office and apply for it via a D1 form.

If you’re thinking of booking a driving lesson for a 17th birthday present, we can provide a gift voucher to make it that bit more special. In order to book the driving  lesson on his/her birthday you’ll need to already have, or applied for a provisional driving licence. If they’re under 17 you can apply for the driving licence 3 months prior to their 17th birthday.

The pass rate for all manual driving tests taken in in 2018 was 47%. The results for 2019/2020 have not been released by the DVSA yet.

Going off the results from 2018 our pass rate was 20% higher than the national average.

The DVSA also collect pass rates for:

  • Local test centres
  • Gender
  • transmission
  • Attempt
  • ethnicity
  • age

All the pass rates can be found on the DVSA Website.

Recently we did a search on google to benchmark the average lesson price of 10 driving schools in Liverpool.

We concluded the average price (in a manual car) is somewhere between £25-£32 dependent on if you pay as you go, or if you prepay for driving lessons in blocks of 10 or higher. You may also find their is a slight price increase with some driving Schools if you’re taking your driving lesson in the evening or on a weekend.

You’d be surprised how expensive it costs to look this cheap.” is a quote by Steven Tyler.

The message behind the quote is simple, don’t be tricked into thinking something that looks cheaper will cost less! 

Take the same approach with driving lessons in Liverpool. The price of the driving lesson per hour may be cheaper, but will the overall cost of learning to drive be cheaper?

The DVSA once stated ‘A learner driver will take 45 hours of professional practice, backed up with 20 hours of private practice to get to test standard.’

Now the agency state ‘How many lessons you need will depend on how quickly you learn.’

The last statement is very true. In other words, everyone is different and the amount of hours you’ll need to have can depend on so many factors.

1. Composure under pressure
2. Your age
3. Previous experience
4. Private practice
5. The quality of tuition

The end goal for any learner driver will be to master the control of the car. He/she will also need to be at a standard where they can demonstrate their knowledge of the highway code and deal with hazards on the road unsupervised.

The bullet points above are a general indication of what factors we have to take into account, before we estimate how many hours a learner driver will need to have, before taking a driving Test.

Having said all this. We generally find our own learner drivers at Evolution driving school, aged 17-40, can take on average 30-45 hours of driving lessons to get to test standard. Anyone aged 40+ can sometimes take a little bit longer.

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"I Would Highly Recommend Paul For Anyone I Found Him To Be Very Professional, Reliable And Has Great People Skills, Definitely A Five Star Rating."

Anna Shields

"Excellent and honest service! I passed first time with Paul with almost no faults."

Umar Baig

Driving Lessons Covid-19

With the UK guidelines requiring adults to wear face coverings in a public space, we feel it’s appropriate to request all our learner drivers should also wear them in the car on their driving lessons too. The same rule will also apply to your driving instructor. 

Rest assured that we will do everything within our capability to safeguard you on your driving lessons. Click the link below if you would like to learn more about the Covid-19 procedures we have been implementing on our driving lessons.

Driving test update

All driving lessons and driving tests are suspended in Liverpool due to current lockdown restrictions which where announced on 04/01/2021. If you have a driving test booked at Norris green or Speke in January and early February 2021, then your driving test will be cancelled and rebooked for the next available date.

If you want to move your driving test and look for a cancellation you can do it through the DVSA booking window.

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