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Before you can start your driving lessons you need to have a provisional driving licence. If you do not have a licence you can apply for one online at www.gov.uk. The D1 form to apply for a provisional licence is also available from the Post Office. You will need to bring your provisional licence with you to your first lesson (both the photocard and the paper counterpart).

During your first lesson you will be asked to read a number plate from 20m to check your eyesight meets the legal requirement. If you wear spectacles or corrective lenses please ensure you have them with you.

Instruction is given using up-to-date teaching methods and visual aids to help you improve during each lesson. As a member of the Motor Schools Association (MSA), the West Lothian Driving Instructors Association (WLDIA) and with regular updates from the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA), I am always kept up-to-date with the latest information concerning the Theory and Practical Driving Test.

Your Instructor: My name is Sally Robinson, and I live in Livingston, West Lothian. I am able to cover the whole of West Lothian, using the Test Centres in Bathgate. After 20 years of driving experience, I became a fully qualified Approved Driving Instructor (ADI) in September 2005. Initially trading under the Learner Driving Centre (LDC) before starting Sally's Driving School in July 2007.

The Car: I currently use a Nissan Juke Acenta 1.5 Diesel, fitted with Dual Controls, Air Conditioning, Power Steering and both driver seat and steering column adjustment, which caters for various heights of pupils.
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