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First 5 driving lessons just £10 each
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Potential driving school offer the following
Full 1 hour or block booked lessons
Automatic driving lessons in Birmingham
Intensive driving courses in Birmingham / Crash Courses
Female driving instructors in Birmingham
Potential Driving School In Birmingham Prices.
Potential Driving School in Birmingham provides superb driving lessons, at cheap prices. The first 5 driving lessons in Birmingham are just £49.99, which is probably the cheapest you will find in the area. This means that not only are you getting used to your driving instructor in Birmingham but learning to drive at a very cheap rate! Not only that but after your first five lessons you should be used to the car and all of its controls and be well on your way to learning the skills you need to pass your driving test.
We are able to provide driving lessons in both manual and automatic cars. Plus we
have both male and female driving instructors all of which are DSA approved. So just
give as call and we will try to fit you in with both the type of car you would like
and the instructor you would prefer.
We provide driving lessons in Birmingham 7 days a week to fit around either your school/ collage work or your career or other commitments.
Are you an ADI or PDI looking for a driving school franchise in the Birmingham Area. Then look NO further as we believe that we offer one of the best franchise deals in the Birmingham area, if not the UK!
Please take a look at our driving school franchise page to have a look at what we
offer. If you have any questions about our franchise deals then just drop us a line
and we will be more that glad to give you a call to discuss them
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Birmingham is a city in the West Midlands which is often referred to as Britain’s second city because it is the most populous city after London and is the largest centre of higher education in the UK outside of London. With its highly effective rail network and airport, it makes Birmingham one of the most visited cities by both tourists and commuters.
Birmingham is a major transport hub via road, rail, and canal. The city is served by a number of major motorways and probably the best known motorway junction in the UK - Spaghetti Junction. Birmingham Airport is the sixth busiest by passenger traffic in the United Kingdom, and the second busiest outside the London area. The city’s main railway station, Birmingham New Street, is the busiest in the United Kingdom outside London, used by over 40.1 million people annually. Birmingham is also notable for its extensive canal system having more miles of canal than Venice.
Birmingham’s growth began during the Industrial Revolution. Few buildings survived from its earlier history, and those that do are protected. There are 1,946 listed buildings in Birmingham and thirteen scheduled ancient monuments. The clever juxtaposition of the old church, St Martin’s and the modern new architecture of the Bull Ring shopping centre clearly shows how Birmingham has evolved yet managed to maintain its heritage and tradition. St. Phillips Cathedral is a Georgian building as is the Town Hall and most of St. Paul’s Square. The Victorian era saw the building of the Law Courts and Museum and Art Gallery. With the growth of the city came the need for housing and so back-to-back housing was built some of which have been restored and can be viewed today.
Birmingham has a huge love affair with all types of music and the Arts. Bands such as Electric Light Orchestra, Judas Priest, Black Sabbath and Duran Duran and UB40 all hailed from here. If Jazz is more your thing, visit the annual Birmingham International Jazz festival - the largest of its kind in the UK. Classical musical isn’t left out either with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra’s home venue being the Symphony Hall. The National Indoor Arena, 02 Academy and the Adrian Boult Hall are just some of the venues you can visit to see superb musical recitals or concerts. In addition, the Birmingham Royal Ballet resides in the city. The Rep, the Alex and the Hippodrome are the largest theatres in Birmingham. Again, you can see a raft of diverse productions that includes the Classics, pantomimes, live comedy and musicals. Areas Covered in Birmingham are :- Acocks Green, Alum Rock, Aston, Balsall Heath, Bartley Green, Birchfield, Bordesley Green, Bournville, Bromford, Castle Vale, Cotteridge, Digbeth, Edgbaston, Erdington, Garretts Green, Great Barr , Greet, Hall Green, Handsworth, Handsworth Wood, Harborne, Hollywood, Kings Heath, Kings Norton, Kingstanding, Kitt's Green, Ladywood, Longbridge, Lozells, Minworth, Moseley, New Oscott, Northfield, Perry Barr, Rednal, Rubery, Saltley, Selly Oak, Selly Park, Sheldon, Small Heath, Sparkbrook, Sparkhill, Stechford, Stirchley, Sutton Coldfield, Tyseley, Ward End, Washwood Heath, Weoley Castle, Witton, Woodgate, Yardley, Yardley Wood.