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A FRIENDLY, INDIVIDUAL WAY OF LEARNING TO DRIVE W


ith more than 30 years' experience teaching people of all ages to drive, Abbots School of


Motoring has earned a reputation as one of the finest driving schools in Hertfordshire. Abbots School of Motoring is owned by local


resident Michael Adlington, offering people friendly and patient instruction to help them feel relaxed as they learn to drive and prepare to pass their driving test. Michael told My Abbots News: “My main aim


is that I teach people the skills and knowledge to become drivers for life, not just to pass their test. “I treat all my students as individuals as I


understand that everyone learns in different ways, and at different rates.” As well as beginner driver tuition, Michael is


also a Pass Plus approved instructor. This course offers newly qualified drivers the chance to learn extra skills such as motorway driving. For drivers that may have passed their test


some time ago, but feel a bit unsure of certain aspects of driving, such as motorways or parallel


parking, Michael offers coaching lessons to help boost confidence in these areas. Drivers can either use their own car or the


Abbots School of Motoring vehicle which is a modern, dual control Toyota Yaris. Abbots School of Motoring offers lessons to


people in Abbots Langley and all surrounding areas, including Kings Langley, Garston, Watford, Chorleywood and Boxmoor, among others. Lessons are competitively priced at £20 (1 hour


door-to-door), or students can enjoy a 10% discount if they pay upfront for a block of 10 lessons. F o r mo r e i n f o rma t i o n v i s i t


www.abbotsschoolofmotoring.co.uk or call Michael on 01923 263613 or 07974 416962. Until the end of June Abbots


School of Motoring is offering £5 off your first lesson when you present this article. Happy Driving!


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