Walkers School Of Motoring

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Why train the Walkers way?

At Walkers your training begins the day you walk through our doors. No matter who you are we're always happy to give all the information you need on all aspects of the training process in person or over the phone. Read more...


ADI's (approved driving instructors) have a wealth of knowledge and at walkers we've got loads of them. So fill out the contact form below with your question and we will get one of our approved driving instructors to reply with no obligation. Read more...

Driving lessons Croydon

Driving lessons in croydon is a lot easier if you are familiar with the roads you are driving on. You should also have experienced the test routes at your local Croydon and Mitcham test centres before going on test. All the instructors at Walkers work locally to their homes and hence are familiar with the test routes at these test centres and can help you with potentially tricky Junctions and roundabouts, which you might encounter whilst driving. Often the benefit of having some local knowledge can really save you a lot of time and confusion during the learning process.

If you choose to learn with Walkers driving school in croydon, our instructors teaching in Croydon will pick you up from home address and teach you at an appropriate level depending on your ability. If you are new to driving you will be taken to some suitably quiet side roads where you will learn the elementary skills of controlling a vehicle. If you are a more experienced learner the instructor will assess your abilities and teach you at your level so that we can prepare for your driving assessment and to guarantee you will be a safe a driver after you pass as well.

As a provisional license holder in the Croydon area you are likely to take your driving test at either the Croydon or Mitcham, test centres. You will need to familiarize yourself with different kinds of driving around these test centres, from city driving to high-speed dual carriageways. The driving instructors at Walkers School of Motoring will instruct you in all the necessary levels of driving. Even if you are taking you test elsewhere speak to our friendly staff at Walkers since we cover most areas in Greater London.

Our instructors in the Croydon area cover: Thornton Heath, Mitcham, Wallington, Purley, South Croydon, Morden, Warlingham, Coulsdon and much more. Lessons are also available in SouthWest, South East and North London and our areas are continuously expanding so get in touch to find out if we teach near you!

Our driving school in croydon area offer manual and automatic driving lessons

You can choose from both manual and automatic in the Croydon area, we have a large team of local instructors covering both types of transmission. We also have male and female instructors to suit your preference. All of our instructors are DSA registered instructors and together they have a wealth of experience to help you learn to drive safely for the rest of your life as well as pass your test quickly and with a high success rate.

Even if you are unhappy with the allocated instructor, as there are always clashes of personality, just call our friendly staff who will transfer you to different instructor with zero fuss and bother.

Driving lessons are door to door at Walkers School of Motoring, so you will be picked up from your home address (or work address if you prefer) and learn to drive in areas that you are familiar with and on roads that you are likely use yourself once you have passed the driving test.

If you live in the Croydon area, then call our booking office and start driving with Walkers School of Motoring, we offer high quality instruction and incredible value for money, our instructors have a wealth of local knowledge and will help you pass you test quickly and safely!

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How to choose a driving instructor

How to choose a driving instructor is a dilemma most of us will encounter at some stage in our adult life, wether we need to learn to drive or our children reach that dreaded legal driving age of 17. Read more...

Crash courses

Crash courses can be anywhere between 10 and 40 lessons and are done intensively over 3-10 days. The courses conclude with a test at the end, and even if you should be unlucky and fail your test Walkers School of motoring will pay for your next test fee in most cases. Read more...

Intensive Driving Courses

An intensive driving course could be the best and quickest way for you to learn to drive. The intensive course allows you to have a lot of lessons very close together which in some cases can be better than having lessons once or twice a week. The advantages of this are that the lessons are close together so you may be able to pick it up quicker. Read more...