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How many driving lessons are sufficient before a driving test?

Asked a year ago

How many should I do to be accurately prepared to take the practical driving test?

Mickey Turner

Friday, October 22, 2021

The number of lessons is inconsequential, rather the amount of time you spend behind the wheel is what qualifies. Most jurisdictions state that sixty hours or more is needed to qualify for a license test. A minimum of forty five hours with an instructor, twenty hours with a licensed family member and as many hours as possible in night time or bad weather conditions.

Josue Sellers

Tuesday, March 15, 2022

An average lesson is around one hour, in some cases around 2 hours. Average per week you should be looking for at least two lessons per week. You need a total of sixty hours to qualify for the test, so you will need around sixty lessons.

Jake Hensley

Wednesday, May 11, 2022

Take as many as you need until you feel comfortable. There is no sufficient amount, but just how quickly you learn to grasp the basics. You driving instructor should also be able to tell you when are ready to take the test. If you feel confident in your driving, then you are ready!

Gareth Browne

Monday, July 11, 2022

You need a total of sixty hours clocked on the road to qualify for the license, 80 hours at most. An average lesson is one or two hours at a time, so in total, either 30 or 60 lessons to the minimum. A good target to aim for is to get two lessons in a week, or at least four lessons a month.

Boos Driving

Boos Driving

Saturday, July 30, 2022

If you want to pass your using test right away – generally within 2 days to 2 weeks. You’ll take lessons that may ultimate between 2 to 5 hours a day. I take this course from driving schools grays





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