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So you have decided to learn to drive or maybe you have already started but for whatever reason had to stop , or you may have taken your test and failed or you may have not driven for some time and have lost your confidence.

Now its time to choose a driving school , You want an instructor who is patient and calm while you are learning ,you need an instructor who will adapt your lessons to suit the way you learn , you want an in instructor who will be reliable and turn up for your lessons and not keep cancelling,You want an instructor who will make sure you are fully prepared for your test.

Here at Stuart Davies Driving School We will make sure you get all the above and more just call 07725 523446 to get started

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See What People Are Saying About Us

Just passed my test, thanks to Stuart’s excellent tuition. He is very knowledgeable and gives good instruction. He is also calm, friendly and inspires confidence. He was great, not just for learning how to pass your test but actually teaching you to drive on your own. I would highly recommend him.

Sam Of Cheadle

Stuart is an amazing driver instructor with a lot of patience! He is always willing to go the extra step to help out his pupils! I would 100% recommend Stuart for anyone learning to drive.

Georgia Of Stockport

I can’t speak highly enough of having Stuart as my driving instructor. He is a very patient and understanding person and at no point will he make anyone feel uncomfortable or pressured if they make a mistake. I had failed my test twice before with a different instructor and then 3 years later I decided to take my lessons again, this time with Stuart. I felt very at ease and knew that this time, I was going to pass no matter what. I spent 4 months learning with Stuart and passed my theory and practical first time and felt so confident going in for my test. 100% recommend to anyone looking to drive!


Katie Of Hyde

I cannot recommend Stuart highly enough! A fantastic Instructor, incredibly patient, kind and full of knowledge. Stuart has been an amazing support when I never thought I’d pass my test! If you’re looking for an Instructor then look no further!

Beth Of Hyde

As you will have seen on the national media Greater Manchester is showing a rise in Corona virus infections and some restrictions have been put back in place.
At this point we have had no instructions regarding driving lessons and the test centers are still operating in the area and tests are taking place.I am continuing with lessons at this time but will continue to monitor the situation and will keep you all informed should the situation change.
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As you know due to the Corona virus I will need to take some actions on driving lessons for our safety.
Please wash your hands just before your lesson
If you wish to wear a face covering during your lesson please bring one with you , I will have masks available in the car at a cost of £1 should you want to buy one.
When I arrive I will need to sanitise contact surfaces in the car so it may be a few minutes before you can enter the car.
Disinfectant hand gel will be available in the car.
Most importantly if you or your family or someone you have had contact with is now showing signs of Corona virus or you have a cold ,flu or are sneezing with hay fever please contact me immediately even if this is at short notice as we will need to cancel your lesson There will be no charge for short notice cancellations at this time.
Please note if you have to cancel due to Corona virus symptoms you will be unable to have a lesson for the following 14 day isolation period.
Hopefully by following the government guidelines we can stay safe.
Thanks
Stuart
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UPDATE TUESDAY 23 JUNE 2020 2pm

I hope you’re all safe and well and continuing to follow the government guidelines.

To update you all on where we are at on this current COVID-19 situation, I originally planned that closing the driving school would have been for a shorter period of time than it has been but we have had to wait for more guidance 😷

Going by the information the government has provided today, we are expecting the opening up of the country from 'hibernation' to continue to affect many people including driving instructors like me. 😢

Due to continuing measures(even though they are gradually being eased) , social distancing and for safety, we still need to continue with the suspension of all driving lessons until I hear further information from the DVSA and government that will allow me to resume.

However your safety and well-being still continues to be my top priority in this whole situation. ⚠️

Once more information is given regarding driving lessons and restarting teaching, I will update you all again hopefully to arrange to get everyone booked back in again as soon as possible.

Most importantly to you and your families, please please. please continue to stay safe and well, I hope to see you all very soon. 😀
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Update from the DVSA its a very long mail but these are the key areas

Driving instruction and driving tests
Other than emergency training and tests for critical workers, driving instruction and driving tests have not yet been able to restart because the risk of transmission of the virus in vehicles is higher.
In his statement on 10 June, the Prime Minister reiterated that the government will remain cautious and measure the effect of the changes it makes. The Prime Minister explained this means moving slower than we’d have liked in some areas.
Driving instruction and tests will only restart when the government is confident that the assessment of risk warrants it, subject to the 5 tests and further detailed scientific advice.
In the meantime, I want to re-emphasise that you should continue to limit driving lessons to critical workers who are preparing for an emergency driving test.
Once again, I would like to thank those of you who have been able to offer driving lessons to critical workers during these unprecedented times.
We will, of course, share more information with you as soon as it’s available – including the dates that driving instruction and driving tests can restart.
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Planning driving test schedules

When we suspended driving tests, we rescheduled all your pupils’ driving tests to a named date and time.

But we now have 3 issues to think about:

• rescheduled dates might not be suitable for you and your pupils, as situations may have changed

• not all driving examiners will be available

• social distancing measures might limit the number of
tests we can carry out

This means we need to think about the best way to make sure your pupils can take their test at a convenient time, in a way that’s fair to everyone.

The fairest way we can do this is to put all the rescheduled tests ‘on hold’.

This means the test will no longer go ahead on the originally rescheduled date.

We will then ask people in the backlog to go online and choose their preferred date and time. We’ll invite them to do this in batches, based on when their test should have originally taken place.

We will contact you before we start this process, so you can make your pupils aware of what’s happening. We will also contact them directly with more information.

We are also planning how we can continue to help critical workers to get a test as a priority throughout this process.

They have further said that the test centers will need to be prepared before they can reopen and they will need to asses which examiners are able to work.

The key point is that if your test was rescheduled it going to have to be moved again.

We are still only able to teach key workers

Hopefully this situation will change as you can imagine this is hugely frustration for us all

I look forward to seeing you the moment we can start back

Stay Safe

Thanks

Stuart
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Reading the full print of the new guidelines as well as the social distancing this section is of concern

1.8 Can I share a private vehicle with someone from another household?
No. You can only travel in a private vehicle alone, or with members of your household.

Hopefully some of the national association's who represent driving instructors will have more detailed information soon
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Interesting news from Boris Johnson and the government regarding the lock down , unfortunately due to the requirement to continue with the 2 meter social distancing rules if returning to work this is next to impossible for driving instructors who are in close proximity to their pupils in an enclosed space for 1-2 hours.We are now seeking further guidance from the government to establish at what point in the relaxation of the lock down we will be able to work and resume lessons with pupils. ...

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What a great way to finish the week ! It’s huge congratulations to my pupil Leah Hulley for producing a great drive to pass her test in Hyde this afternoon.Its been a pleasure to help you achieve your goal and I look forward to seeing you out on the road. ...

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