Driving Lessons in Worksop

Welcome to Alan Drabble School Of Motoring. We have instructors covering Worksop, who will be able to offer lessons bespoke to your own learning needs. All our instructors are patient and professionals and are trained to DVSA ADI standard.

Range Of Options Available

We offer driving lessons from the standard 1 hour per week, to more intensive courses. We understand that all learners are different. They will have different abilities and different driving needs, from young drivers, refreshers, motorway driving and Pass Plus.

Female & Male Instructors

We have both males and female instructors and you can find their bio pages on the site to find out a little bit more about them. We have glowing testimonials on our testimonial pages which puts us above and beyond other driving schools. All our driving instructors are 100% committed to helping you achieve you driving goal as quickly but as safely as possible.

For those with special requirements such as learning difficulties, physical impairment or language issues, please give us a call so we can we work out a way to help guide your safely through your driving test.

Should you have any questions, we haven’t managed to answer here, please don’t hesitate to get in touch via either the contact us form or call one of our trainers and we will be happy to help.

If you are looking for a reliable & trustworthy driving school in Worksop, get in touch with us now.

Owner Alan Drabble On Worksop

The first time I taught a pupil to drive in Worksop was 1992.

There were no speed humps in Manton, no speed cameras. The dangers were there but the roads were less crowded.

Having spent an awful lot of time driving around the town, Worksop is a thriving hub now, expanding and flourishing with new builds springing up in nearby communities such as Creswell, Whitwell, Carlton-in-Lindrick, Woodsetts, Anston, Dinnington, Thorpe Salvin, Harthill, Maltby, Blyth, Langold and Tickhill to name but a few.

It is still (in my opinion) a wonderful area to teach (and be taught) in, with an excellent range of roads, where we can teach learners to drive safely on all road types.

One of the first experiences was a series of intensive courses I delivered in my early days as an instructor - which we still deliver. An intensive course can mean many things to many people but it generally (to work best for the learner) is 2/3 2 hour lessons a week, depending on how quickly the theory test is passed and the queue for a practical test.

Worksop generally has shorter queues for practical tests than surrounding areas (always subject to demand), and we have traditionally had a good pass rate there.

I remember when the test centre was on Slack Walk, now it has moved to a purpose built centre near Shireoaks.

Whether you want to take your test at Worksop or elsewhere we will always ensure you are always able to cope with all road situations, and are comfortable with them.