Don’t take our word for it see what our passed students say about us…
“Ann is a brilliant instructor and very though… would recommend Abacus to everyone who wants to pas first time>”
Michaela Bennett Passed 1st attempt, No faults, 4-7-2012.
“After having a number of driving instructors, I was very pleased to find Abacus Driving School. Ann told me lots of very essential points which other instructors had failed to mention and helped me to pass my driving test with only 2 driving faults. A very friendly, yet observant driving instructor!”
Laura Birch Passed 1st time with Abacus 3 minors 8-08-2008.
“Very kind and understanding. Offers a variety of learning methods. Lovely car would consider buying one in the future”
Jude Mcauliffe Passed 1st time with Abacus a record no Faults! 29-07-2011.
“Patient especially when i found it hard, and helped me break down manoevoures i.e. left corner reverse. I felt confident & trusted my instructor.”
Rachel Lawson Passed 1st time with Abacus 2 minors 24-11-2010.
“Very flexible and really pushes you to go further & get better. Answers questions clearly and helps you a lot.”
Megan Ward Passed 1st time with Abacus 3 minors 24-08-2010.
“Very Good, encouraging teacher.”
Lauren Harris Passed 2nd attempt 1 minor 20-09-2011.
“Ann was a very good driving instructor, i’d definitely recommend you! I passed first time with 3 minors :)”
Grace Taylor Passed 1st time with Abacus 3 minors 2-10-2009.
“Very comfortable tuition to bring out the best in any learner”
A.Gifford Passed 1st time with Abacus 10 -07-2009.
In London: Isleworth.
“Ann was really great. She took me though everything step by step.
I was pretty sad when Ann left London and couldn’t teach me anymore, it was hard finding another instructor as good.
Shelley Knight passed later in 2005.
Abacus Driving School, providing Driving Lessons in the Lichfield, Tamworth and Sutton Coldfield areas – click here see if you can benefit by taking lessons from a patient & understanding Female driving instructor who will help you to build confidence in your driving abilities while you learn.
Handy Tips: Theory Test Practice
Q. What does this sign mean?
A: It’s a sign giving an order “Mini Roundabout”.