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Book Trailer Driving Lessons with Massbrook Driving School and join the many learners who have completed their driving course and successfully passed their driving test on the first attempt, a testament to the quality of our instruction and the effectiveness of our teaching methods.
Massbrook Driving School offers a range of motorcycle lessons, including IBT courses, advanced riding techniques, and license test preparation.
Yes, all our motorcycle instructors are highly experienced, licensed, and RSA certified ADI to provide professional motorcycle training.
To enroll in driving lessons, you must possess a valid learner’s permit or driver’s license, depending on the category and level of instruction you need.
Car lessons typically run for one hour each, but longer sessions can be arranged upon request.
Yes, we offer lessons in both manual and automatic transmission vehicles, allowing you to choose based on your preference and needs. You need to provide your own automatic car.
Currently, we specialise in motorcycle and car driving lessons. We do not offer CDL training at this time.
Massbrook Driving School provides comprehensive Category BE trailer training courses to help you learn how to tow safely and confidently.
No prior experience is required. Our beginner motorcycle lessons cater to individuals with little or no riding experience.
Yes, you can bring your own motorcycle or car for the lessons, but it must be in proper working condition and meet legal and safety standards.
Absolutely, we offer refresher courses for experienced drivers looking to enhance their skills and stay updated with the latest road rules.
The minimum age requirement for motorcycle lessons is usually 16 years, depending on the local laws and regulations.
Yes, we offer flexible scheduling options, including weekends and evenings, to accommodate your busy lifestyle.
Our trailer training covers cars and light vans with trailer in category BE, from small utility trailers to larger towed vehicles.
We accept various payment methods, including cash, credit cards, and online transfers, making it convenient for you to pay for your lessons.
Yes, for motorcycle lessons, you will need to bring appropriate safety gear, including a CE-approved helmet, sturdy footwear, gloves, and protective clothing.