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A New Year, a new start for you :) If you are searching for Driving schools or a driving instructor in Hull, Driving schools in Hull, driving lessons in Hull and now Driving school in Hessle & surrounding areas, you've come to the right place! This is the profile for Highway School of Motoring - the number one choice for driving lessons in Hull & Hessle area were we take the L" out of Learner & turn it into "EARNER". Our Instructors are of the highest standards attainable "GRADE 6" (A) grade and are regularly checked by the DSA, DFT, to ensure they stay at the top. It's important to ask for the grade of your instructor to ensure you are getting the very best training for your partner, siblings etc so as to be confident when driving on today's roads and traffic environment. "There are NO second chances when out on the road". So it is important to get it right FIRST TIME. How much do you value your children when it comes to training !!! and their road safety. Driving is more than just making a lump of metal move. It is a skill which can keep you and others alive and remember, as a driver, you are responsible for your passengers and remember. "You get what you pay for" !!! We do not have any cheap gimmicks and we DO NOT hold any pre-paid lessons back for test etc. You can take them as and when you please and as many as you want in the week or month and what you do not use, WE WILL GIVE YOU IT BACK !!                                                                                                                                                                      It has been a fantastic year in 2013 for us at Highway and have met our quotas thanks to our past and existing pupils so by way of a thank you, to you all, we are reducing our tariffs. first 10 hrs  are now £15 Pre-paid and 1 hour duration. or 2 if required.  £27 per lesson are of an hour & half duration. Discount 10 & 5 hours. "see prices" and we are taking on board more highly graded instructors to accommodate,  This site is designed to help and assist you in learning from the comfort of your home or when out with friends enjoying a coffee. You can even make it in to a quiz with other friends who are learning at the same time.
Driving  lessons in Hull
And as we are celebrating our 25th year. Any current pupil who recommends another pupil and that pupil books a lesson. We will give that existing pupil a half price driving lesson. "Yes" just £10 and this is unlimited through your training.
All we ask is that you give 48hrs notice to cancel a pre booked lesson. This does NOT include Weekends- Bank Holidays- Christmas or National holidays.
We also give discounts for pre paid bookings and during your training you will cover pre directive driving and self driving, ie, make your way home from a reasonable distance, usually around 2-3 miles.
Multi directive driving and also be asked to follow signs for certain destinations.

Our Hull driving instructors are able to provide lessons to pupils of all ages and abilities, whether you are learning to drive for the first time. Do you wish to take motorway lessons or returning to driving after a long period off the road, or just want to learn how to park behind other vehicles or in busy shopping mall bays do not hesitate to contact us. we also conduct during training, on how to use Sat Nav (GPS) systems and how to read them correctly as part of on going training or any other issues you wish to cover. we are expert at them all. "Remember" these systems can be a distraction just as much as a mobile phone so knowing how to read them correctly is important

Hull driving instructors

If you take driving lessons with us at Highway School of Motoring you can be assured that you will be under the guidance of a fully trained driving instructor. I hold a Grade 6 licence, which is now the (A) grade and a Fleet Badge, I am also fully CRB checked and DSA approved with 30 years of experience in driver training.
Below on the photo slide, you will find a picture of the engine layout. As part of your test, you will be asked to identify the location of certain items on the engine which should be checked weekly. "Weekly maintenance checks". "We do not waste your valuable driving time looking under the bonnet of the car".
its all on the site for you.

On the picture below, you will find.......
1/ The Radiator header tank. Or filler tank, (on the left side just under the windscreen washer bottle) black cap.
2/ Oil filler cap, (Just above the Lyon symbol top left of engine) top up with required amount.
3/ Brake fluid resevoir, ( Right of engine just behind the battery, "Yellow cap" ensure at max level
4/ Battery, ( Big black box right of engine) ensure it is secured to the vehicle & cannot move.
5/ Air filter, (Rectangular piece of plastic just above the oil filler cap) clean out periodically.
6/ Engine oil dipstick, ( Directley below oil filler cap) "it has a yellow looped pull tag on it" check to ensure it is near the max level or close to.
7/ Power steering unit, "Electric power steering". some are hydraulic so ensure it is near the max level.
8/ Windscreen washer bottle. "Front & rear" (Top left of engine with a blue cap on it)
9/ Radiator header tank "or filler tank" black cap on left just down from windscreen washer bottle. "Should be near the max level". ensure the coolant level is sufficiently mixed to at least -15* to make sure it cannot freeze in winter.
10/ What is meant by the term reserve travel on the hand brake ?
Simply this, when the hand brake is fully applied, it is the amount of spare space left you could still apply the hand brake should the cable stretch and/or the brake pads wear down. If the hand brake reaches the maximum travel up the quadrant, then you should be looking at taking it to the garage to be checked.
11/ How would you check to ensure your ABS "Anti lock brakes" are going to work for you before you start to drive your vehicle?
A/ When you start your vehicle, your engine will give a full diagnostic check and any faults will appear on the dash board. This would be the same for the air bags, E.B.D, "Equal brake force distribution" and any other faults like, Engine emissions etc.
12/ Checking tyres........ Tyre pressure "Vehicle hand book or side of drivers door" / Tread wear, Look at tread wear markers in the grooves of the tyres / check tyre walls for cuts and nails etc. also check to ensure they are wearing evenly. Uneven wear could be a sign of the track been out of line, caused by bumping kerbs to hard.
13/ Where is the catalytic converter on your car? Underneath the vehicle within the exhaust system.

You could also be asked how to check & top up these items and what fluid should be used.
Brakes and lights,,,,,, Check brake lights are working by pressing them and look for them illuminating the head lights of the vehicle behind or garage wall. You should check them when your on the move at traffic lights when a bus pulls in behind you, you will see them on the bus wind screen as it gets closer.
Before you start your engine, pump the brake pedal until it feels firm, whist pressing down on the pedal, start the engine and your foot should start to go down as soon as the engine starts.If it goes down before you start the engine, You have got a fluid leak !!!
Power steering,,,,,,, Before you start the engine, pull the steering wheel to one side and whilst holding that pressure on, start the engine and your hand should feel the power steering engage by your hand moving freely on the steering. This check applies both for HYDRAULIC and ELECTRIC power steering. When you are moving the car, move the wheel left to right and ensure it is responding correctly, gently brake to ensure the brakes don't pull to either side.

Driving Lessons Hull

As a driving instructor in Hull and WORKSOP I will focus your driving lessons to your requirements. If you require additional time practising manoeuvres or if you need to gain confidence of just driving round your local roads, I will tailor each of your driving lessons to suit. All your lessons are logged and recorded for an up to date review of your progress and can be viewed at the touch of a button. We will also send up to date copys directley to your pc on request so you are advised to open a folder on your desk top so you can store and view them at any time and view your progress. I will also encourage you to fill your own form in at the end of a lesson to give your opinion of how you are progressing :)
This also helps you to keep track of how much you are spending and how well you are doing.
We do encourage out of hours training so if you have a member of family who is willing to take you and it is legal to do so, ie, relevant insurance or off road, then do so and don't worry about them telling you something which could be incorrect, we can always correct small issues on your next lesson.

With a patient and friendly driving instructor in Hull and Worksop I am sure that you can learn to drive in a safe and confident manner.

driving instructor in Hull

As a driving instructor in Hull and Worksop I am able to provide lessons for many customers throughout the area. I teach pupils in a manual Peugeot 207 HDi which maintained well so that you don’t suffer mechanical problems during your lesson.
- Your car breathes, just like you do and if I was to place a piece of cloth over your nose and mouth then asked you to run, you would find it difficult to breathe !!! So does your car if the filter is blocked, so it uses more energy to keep going at a given speed. Costing you money "keep the filter clean".
- your engine oil should be at the correct level. Too high and it can cause too much pressure and blow gasket seals.
Too low and the oil cannot get round the engine sufficiently quick enough and cause bad engine wear and over heating. Either one costing you very expensive garage bills.
- Brake fluid if too low can cause you to have to pump the brakes just to get them working. In an emergency situation this can prove fatal.
- lack of screen wash can prove to be fatal, if you cannot clean your screen passing other vehicles on a motorway can cause accidents and I might remind you, an offence!!!
- keep coolant at correct level for the radiator and mix the solution to about -5 to -10 to ensure it cannot freeze in winter. Again, this can prove extremely expensive should it freeze. Not only when driving. Even when parked over night, if the mixture is too weak, it could crack the radiator. "Remember" Water expands when it freezes !!!.
- by law your battery "must" be secured to the vehicle. If it is not. It could get you a £30 on the spot fine if stopped and checked.
- Check tyre tread and keep them inflated to correct levels as if they are "LOW", it can take more power to keep you running at a given speed and also give uneven tread wear. either way, it can cost you money.

So if you are looking for a driving instructor in Hull Or Worksop for reliable and effective driving lessons, do not hesitate to contact Highway School of Motoring. Our contact details can be found above and I am always happy to help you with any enquiries that you may have.
we provide pre paid courses on request at a discount price and we also conduct half price assessment lessons for you convenience.
one and a half hour lessons are proving very popular at the moment. Not too long in the present temperatures but long enough to learn more.
We also do Full or semi intensive courses set out over a period of time to suit our pupils needs.
We are always striving to find the best deals for after care for our pupils, past and present, so if you are looking for tyres, brakes, repair or a service for your vehicle then look no further than "Trojan garage" on Clough rd. we find them fair and reasonably priced. you will find them at WWW.hullgarage.co.uk Just tell them we sent you and they will be pleased to oblige. Also Advanced motors. Excellent service & value.
BELLOW Are some useful hints and tips to assist you
Please remember,,,,,,,,,, A driving license is a priviage gained by your ability and understanding of the road and laws we all have to obide by and it is a privilage that can be easily be taken away.
So dont throw it away when you get it. You earned it. The law is the law.
Accidents,,,,,,,,,,,,,, and Insurance scams( If you are involved, Dont panick,

(1) Take photo with phone of damage to "THEIR" and your vehicle and driver if possible & ensure you get the vehicle registration in the photo if possible. if not. take note of the registration. also take note of the area you are in.
(2) Take note of how many occupants are in their vehicle at time of accident.
(3) Get a witness from car behind you if possible.
(4) Ensure you get their Address correct of all occupants if you can but if not, ensure you get the drivers with their insurance details.
(5) Insurance scams are on the increase and these people WILL engineer an accident to make an inflated claim on YOUR insurance which will push YOUR premium up the following year so be very aware.
(6) If in doubt........ CONTACT THE POLICE ."Contact Us" for advice if required day or night :)

Hints & Tips;
Refuelling............... If you accidentally put PETROL in your DIESEL tank, don't Panic  !!!  Just stop refuelling and fill the tank full with diesel. Providing you have not put too much petrol in, ie, over a quarter of a tank then you should be ok.
If however you have put even a small amount of DIESEL in your PETROL tank.  "DO NOT START THE ENGINE". Call a garage and have them clean the tank out properly otherwise you could damage your engine.

Keep car moving Your
car uses the most fuel when moving off from a standing start, so keep it moving
if possible, pull away slowly and anticipate the road ahead, keep a reasonable
distance from the car in front. That way, you will need to make fewer stops and
save fuel.
Shift up gears sooner Change up
gears as soon as possible. The fewer revs the engine is doing at any given
speed, the more miles it will do to the gallon.
Shed unwanted weight    Don’t carry
unnecessary weight in your car, ie, child seats or a boot full of things you do
not require. The lighter your car is. The less fuel you use. The more you save.
Echo routes
The way you
choose to go to a destination makes a big difference to your fuel economy.
Visit  www.viamichelin.co.uk
for an easy way to plan economical routes, also remember that a longer
route may ease your fuel bill if it involves less stop start driving and hills.
cut your speed
The slower
you are going in top gear, the more miles you will get to the gallon. Cruise at
60 rather than 70 - 80 on motorways and you will use up to 40% less fuel.
Stay in gear
engines shut off the fuel injectors when you come off the gas pedal, staying in
gear for as long as possible when slowing down will save you a lot of fuel
where ever you are driving. All you need to do is then drop to a relevant gear
for the speed you are travelling at to continue. you never need to change gear to stop at traffic lights etc.
turn off gadgets
Air con uses
around 10 - 15 more fuel when left on. Turning it off when not required will
save you money. Your stereo, sat nav, rear heater demister for example, cause
your car engine to use more energy to keep the same speed running.
Pump tyres up
tyres create lots of drag, if your tyres are correctly inflated,  you will use up to 25% less fuel. If on
motorways inflate your tyres by a further 3-5 lb more. “Highway Code”.
Inspect your tyres weekly.
Go streamlined
Remove your
roof rack or roof box where ever possible if not required and wind the windows
up to reduce the drag on the back window.
Traffic switch off
Some modern
cars will automatically switch your engine off when you stop the car. “Start
stop technology”.  If yours doesn’t and
you are waiting for more than 4-5 minutes then switch it off, you will be
saving fuel. In certain countries, this is the law as is daytime running head lights,
however, don’t switch off and on if it only for a few seconds. This can be
counter productive and cost you more in the long run so lets say, if your
waiting about a minute or less, leave it running.
Polish your car !!!
Yes, polish
your car regularly, Modern paint
sprays have an orange peel skin effect. “A little like a golf ball”. Which at
speed, air gets trapped in and causes drag. Polishing your car over time will fill in the
orange peel effect hence help the wind glide over the paint surface more
effectively with less drag, especially over the bonnet. Acid rain will soon
take the polish off so 2 – 3 times a month is advised.
People often ask me how we get such good mileage to the gallon…….. Even with Learner drivers. Now you know why

12, Reasons why NOT to put a full tank of fuel in each time you visit the gas station, !!!
(A) You are carrying round unnecessary weight which amounts to your engine having to put more effort in to pull you along. So put in what you need only. it costs to pull extra unwanted weight.

(B) If your car is stolen, you have just given a thief a full tank of fuel and they can get a very long way on that.
Thieves don't like filling up in local gas stations, they are on cctv and can be found a lot quicker, "THINK ON".

Q: I get a puncture in the middle of now were and need to pull over to change the tyre. When I take the wheel nuts off, I accidentally  kick them down the drain :(  I must get to where I am going and only have 30 minutes left to get there.
Within 10 minutes, I am back in the car and safely driving to my destination arriving on time :)
How did I do it ????  txt correct  ans and name to 07977784527 for a half price lesson

Q: On your journey, you come across a bridge with a hight of 5ft, your car is 5' 1inch high. There is a tail back of traffic behind you and a road block is starting to tail back at the other side. You cannot go back because of the traffic behind !
How do you get your vehicle under the bridge and clear the traffic flow ???
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Our instructors have a regular
Working in Partnership
Our instructors have a regular "FULL CRB check"
Dont forget to studdy the engine checks :) You need to know how to keep your car road worthy
Anyone Can Learn to Drive
Dont forget to studdy the engine checks :) You need to know how to keep your car road worthy
DescriptionTyre tread from new is about
Tyre Tread Wear Markers. Minimum Depth "1.6" mm
DescriptionTyre tread from new is about "7. 8" mm. When the tread is down to the same level as the wear marks, your tyres are illegal and dangerous. To check the pressure, use a Tyre Pressure Gage
Jacking Points. About 15cm back from the tyre
Front Jacking Point
Jacking Points. About 15cm back from the tyre
Engine oil levels on dip stick. Max at top, Min at bottom. Do not over fill as this can blow gasket seals
Dip Stick For Engine Oil Level
Engine oil levels on dip stick. Max at top, Min at bottom. Do not over fill as this can blow gasket seals
You will need to know how to use and where they are located, wipers, lights etc.
You will need to know how to use and where they are located, wipers, lights etc.
Bonnet release catch
Bonnet Release Catch
Bonnet release catch
Numeric Weekly Engine Checks
Look as far as you can see initially, then scan the middle distance, then the first 100m or so in front of you and keep repeating as you drive along.
Scanning When Driving
Look as far as you can see initially, then scan the middle distance, then the first 100m or so in front of you and keep repeating as you drive along. "DON'T GET CAUGHT OUT".
Peugeot 207 1. 4 HDI
Training Vehicle
Peugeot 207 1. 4 HDI
Airflow controls & dials
Centre Console
Airflow controls & dials
Following in the tracks the vehicle in front leaves saves money
Vehicle Footprint
Following in the tracks the vehicle in front leaves saves money
Weekly checks you should make in your engine compartment, these checks could save your life!!
Locating Component Checks
Weekly checks you should make in your engine compartment, these checks could save your life!!
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Posted Saturday 22 Aug 2015 03:07 PM
Well done Aimee Clarke on passing your driving test Fri 21/08/2015. Great drive, lovely person :-) I wish you well through life, career and more. Drive safe, be safe :-)

Calum Dixon

Posted Thursday 30 Jul 2015 08:23 PM

Passed Pupils in 26 years of training

Posted Sunday 08 Feb 2015 01:25 PM

Happy New Year

Posted Thursday 01 Jan 2015 10:40 AM

Congratulations to all passed pupils this year 2014

Posted Monday 22 Dec 2014 11:16 AM

Merry Christmas

Posted Sunday 21 Dec 2014 11:32 AM

Icy windows in the morning !!!

Posted Sunday 07 Dec 2014 11:01 AM

Winter driving

Posted Tuesday 25 Nov 2014 08:59 AM

Well done Kirina Belopuhova

Posted Saturday 06 Sep 2014 10:22 AM

Passed Your driving test

Posted Saturday 06 Sep 2014 10:17 AM
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The perfect Tuition

Posted Thursday 29 Oct 2015 08:31 AM
Just recently passed my driving test with Highway School Of Motoring on the 21/10/15. I first practiced for the theory exam with driving software until I was getting 99% out of the 1200+ questions and a 60+ score on the hazard perception section. I actually did 30+ mock tests consecutively with passes. At this stage I was all out learning material mainly new computer generated clips, so booked theory test, passed 47 on the questions and 56 on the hazard perception section. Now to the driving lessons. I had a good bit of driving experience as a provisional driver but hadn't driven a car in over 8 years. Then I give Neil a call, the best move I have made in years. Met Neil for my first driving lesson all went well, after the lesson it felt like I had known Neil all my life. At 52 years old, five more lessons later and an hour before the test PASSED!!!. I would now like to say thanks "all the world" Neil for getting me through my test so quickly, for your clear and concise instruction, friendliness and patience, encouragement and belief in me even when I doubted myself. I highly recommend you to anyone whose goal is to acquire their full driving license.

You are truly a superb instructor and a great friend, many thanks again
Paul, my Ruby and last but not least my dear Mum Kathy.

Really good instructor, highly recommended!

Posted Wednesday 28 Oct 2015 04:24 PM
Neil is an amazing instructor, he is impatient and allows you to work at your own pace along with giving you a push of confidence when it's needed. He's very supportive and makes you feel at ease when driving. I would definitely recommend Neil to be your driving instructor.

Thank you Neil for helping me to pass my test!

Fantastic driving instructor.

Posted Thursday 09 Jul 2015 05:28 PM
Neil is a fantasticinstructor, with a never ending amount of patience.
Definatly would not have succeeded the way I have without working with him. Instilling confidence throughout all my lessons and most importantly the practical test. Incredibly supportive, would most certainly recommend to anyone who wants to learn to drive.

Thanks for everything Neil :)

Brilliant instructor!

Posted Thursday 18 Jun 2015 01:57 PM
Neil is a great instructor with great patience and understanding! He gave me so much confidence to succeed in both my theory and practical test to pass first time and I wouldn't of done it without him! Highly recommend! Thank you Neil :D

Thank You For Everything

Posted Tuesday 19 May 2015 04:40 PM
Neal, I would just like to give you a massive thank you!! for everything and seeing me through to pass my test. I will recommend you to anyone who is learning to drive and hope to see you on the road with my own car

Brilliant Instructor & Great Guy

Posted Thursday 02 Apr 2015 06:36 PM
Thank you so much Neil...after 3 cancelled tests we're finally here 4th time lucky...thank the heavens there wasn't a freak snow storm ;)!!! I will recommend Neil to anyone I know who's thinking about driving...thank you for being patient, positive and really pro-active and getting me to this point in 7 months, I really really REALLY appreciate it :)

Thank you.

Posted Tuesday 10 Mar 2015 03:39 PM
Thank you very much, Neil, for all your patience and attentiveness to your students. You are wonderful instructor. We will try to recommend you to all our friends, should they ask for a driving instructor.

Kindest Regards,
Natalja and Igors

Amazing instructor

Posted Monday 15 Dec 2014 04:01 PM
Neil is an amazing instructor who is calm and gives clear instructions. He is friendly and transformed me from a nervous wreck to confident driver who passed in under 25 lessons. Thanks a lot Neil, maybe see you on the roads.
Zak Cowlam

Thank you Neil

Posted Monday 29 Sep 2014 10:24 AM
Neil has been an amazing teacher, patient and understanding.

Thank you for all your help mate!

Amazing instructor

Posted Monday 15 Sep 2014 12:43 PM
Hi my name is Cara, I have just passed my driving test first time, my driving instructor Neil taught me well and he is a fabulous and friendly instructor, Thank you for all your time and effort Neil:) might see you on the roads soon:)
Cara Atkinson

great instructor

Posted Monday 08 Sep 2014 01:44 PM
hi my name is David wade i have just passed my test i would recommend Neil to anyone the reason for this is he is a great guy as well as a instructor, He makes you feel comfortable and is always there to help at any time.

thanks for everything mate

A passionate instructor , a dedicated teacher, a caring friend.

Posted Friday 01 Aug 2014 10:50 PM
I have to say a big thank you to Neil. He has been a incredible instructor. Neil deals with his pupils in a holistic manner. During the driving lesson Neil does not only impart driving skills and knowledge but also makes use of his interpersonal skills to judiciously help pupil overcome lack of confidence and manage stress in difficult situations if need be, Another key thing that I enjoyed during my time with Neil is that he is very patient and would go to length to explain and correct mistakes and even if it has to be done repeatedly. Highway school monitoring also offers feedback and information at the end of lessons for mistakes that might have happened during lesson as well as opportunity for questions about uncertainties. There is also a effective and well planned plan of action for each lesson tailored to the needs of the individual, In my regard Highway School Monitoring offers a world class service to the Yorkshire Region, Thanks and keep doing the good work!!!

Thank You So much!!! :D

Posted Monday 09 Jun 2014 10:30 AM
Neil has been the Best instructor I have ever had; and it shows as I have just passed my test TODAY!! :D His teaching methods are of the highest calibre, has the patience of a saint and is actually quite a funny guy. My Sister recommended Neil to me after passing her test and I WILL recommend him to everyone I know. Definately Top Class!! :D


A great instructor and a great man

Posted Friday 06 Jun 2014 03:09 PM
Neil is a great instructor, very patient and pedagogue. He is excellent in his work and you can be sure that you will succeed if he is your instructor. Not only he is good at what he does, but he is as well a very interesting man.
I would not hesitate one second to recommend him to anyone who wants to pass the driving license.
Take care Neil, and thank you for all you did.

Excellent instructor

Posted Monday 05 May 2014 05:04 PM
Neil is an excellent instructor. He not only taught me how to pass my practical exam as well as teaching me tips of being a safe driver and buying a new car. There is no reason for anybody to fail under him if you listen to him and take his advise into practice.


Posted Wednesday 05 Mar 2014 02:41 PM
Neil is by far the most amazing driving instuctor, he is the best, I recommend him to everyone, I wouldn't go with any other instructor.
Hopefully i'll be passed in no time, with his teaching skills:-)


Posted Wednesday 05 Mar 2014 02:41 PM
Neil is by far the most amazing driving instuctor, he is the best, I recommend him to everyone, I wouldn't go with any other instructor.
Hopefully i'll be passed in no time, with his teaching skills:-)

Woo hoo!

Posted Friday 31 Jan 2014 11:21 AM
Neil is the best driving instructor I have had, always there to help and goes out of his way to make sure you are okay! I passed first time with Neil too!
I will be recommending Neil to all of my friends learning to drive! :)

Best driving instructor in hull, strongly recommend!

Posted Friday 01 Nov 2013 07:14 PM
up until two weeks ago Neil had been my instructor and I can honestly say without a doubt he is the best driving instructor by far! with his teaching I passed my test 1st time, he does everything he can to be of help, he always finds the time in his busy schedule to fit you in and in my experience, he has worked around MY lifestyle and not his own like other driving instructors do, being a full time uni student and part time employee, that couldn't be easy for him but without fail he has ensured that each week I can be fitted in for a lesson. He has helped me with all of driving worries and concerns but not only that has also helped me with any personal issues I have had.This clearly shows that he's a genuinely caring and selfless man and by opting to go with neil you not only gain the best instructor you possibly could, but you also gain a friend. I strongly recommend him!


Posted Monday 09 Sep 2013 08:30 AM
Neil is an excellent teacher i would recommend him to everyone :-)

very fast progression

Posted Saturday 24 Aug 2013 04:07 PM
Learned very fast would recommend neil as instructer as progressed to test standered in a very short time learning at my own pace

The Best Driving Instructor In Hull !!

Posted Friday 23 Aug 2013 10:08 AM
Neil is the best driving instructor you could imagine he is very friendly to get along with and very patient to make you into the best driver you can be!

Neil helped me pass first time as well as many others I know and would definitely recommend him to anyone who wish to learn how to drive properly :)

Briliant Driving Instructor! :-)

Posted Tuesday 14 May 2013 11:57 AM
Neil is the best driving instructor in the world he is so calm and patient eventhough im still doing my lessons and i havent passed yet i will reccomend him to everyone!!! He is BRILIANT! :):):):):) Thanks Neil


Posted Tuesday 07 May 2013 03:42 PM
i would like to thank Neil for learning me how to drive i passed First time with 1 Minor!! Neil is An Excellent Driving instructor very patient and understanding, I would defiantly recommend him, me my mum and my two brothers all passed first time with him as well.



Excellent driving instructor

Posted Monday 18 Mar 2013 05:56 PM
I have been learning to drive with Neil since October 2012 and passed within 5 months. My son also passed with Neil. I would recommend Neil to any learner driver. Neil has lots of patients and will help you out with what ever you need. Neil is always there at the end of the phone. He makes you feel at ease and can tell if your a little stressed or had a bad day at work. I've tried a few instructors but not had much joy. Neil has the patients of a saint and will pick you up from work or were ever you need him too. I will miss Neil now I've passed but I know I can still ring him if I need to. What other instructor will let you do that not many if any. Thanks Neil I appreciate everything you've done for me and kieffer xxxxx

Great driving instructor

Posted Sunday 06 Jan 2013 04:48 PM
I have been learning with Neil now since last october. My daughter and are learning with Neil has well. Neil is a super duper guy and will do anything he can to help you out nothing is too much trouble for him.He has the patients of a saint and if your stuck any where in will always offer to go out of his way to come and pick you up. I would recommend Neil to anyone who is just starting their lessons. Could not wish for a better instructor

Passed My Driving! :)

Posted Monday 12 Nov 2012 07:04 PM
Ive been having lessons for about a year, and allthough its took me a while ive done it!! Neils been there through it all and helped me every single step of the way! excellent driving instructor totally felt comftable in the car at all times, and now im a driver! couldnt thank neil enough for helping my pass, thank you so so much :) take care neil!

Brilliant :)

Posted Wednesday 12 Sep 2012 06:27 PM
Brilliant driving instructor, fully enjoyed my time learning to drive with highway, excellent quality of teaching and a great instructor always made me feel at ease behind the wheel, would highly recommend,
Thank you so much for every thing Neil,

highway school of motoring

Posted Tuesday 10 Jul 2012 12:55 PM
Neil is an excellent driving instructor whom provides you with plenty of time and patients. He is very calm, friendly and approachable and I would definetly recommend him.

Totally recommend Neil as a driving instructer! :)

Posted Thursday 23 Feb 2012 10:47 PM
Neil makes you feel at ease every lesson you have with him, even if you do something that isn't "right" he still talks with a calm manner.
I would really recommend him as a driving instructor! :-)

Excellent Instructor!

Posted Monday 30 Jan 2012 08:31 AM
Very patient instructor, gets you to your test a lot faster than most! Doesn't mess about. I would recommend him to any one who is wanting to drive.
Thank you, Neil!


Posted Friday 18 Nov 2011 11:14 PM
I would also like to add that I would recommend him to anyone as his pass rate is very high. Would like to thank you for your time and your effort in teaching me to pass first time.


Elliott Crisp.


Posted Friday 18 Nov 2011 11:12 PM
Good teaching skills given out which made me confident when taking my test (past first time). Also very flexible when doing lessons so I could easily fit a lesson in when appropiate :)


Elliott Crisp.

Passed my test first time with only 2 minors!

Posted Friday 28 Oct 2011 06:31 PM
I would like to thank Neil so much for all his patience and help whilst teaching me to drive. I was so under pressure as both by sisters had Neil and they passed first time also. Neil has a very high pass rate and I would recommend him to anyone. If you are one of those people who are nervous and think you will never pass your test, take my advice and get in touch with Neil you will not regret it.


Just passed my test @ the first attempt!!

Posted Tuesday 20 Sep 2011 03:45 PM
I've been taking driving lessons for about a year, at one per week with Neil Atkins who's been absolutely brilliant. He's been really supportive, positive with his comments towards my driving ability. There were moments when I wondered if I'd ever get my licence but Neil assured me to stay focussed and I'd do it, no problem. Today I sat my test and passed with only two minors, which I was extremely pleased about, so it proves that he knows what he's talking about!! Now I've got the freedom to go round the world if I want to, but to start with it'll be great not to have to rely on others for a lift here or there, and just get in the car to do my own thing. Thanks very much for everything. Stephanie Davies.

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Posted Wednesday 10 Aug 2011 02:38 PM
just want to say thank you to neil for helping me pass my test first time.
i would recommend to anyone who is looking for a nice way to learn how to drive.


Driving lessons in Hull / Highway School of Motoring

Posted Thursday 04 Aug 2011 09:04 PM
Just to say thanks for the great service I received from Neil Atkin. I passed my theory and my test 1st time :). I would recommend the Highway School of Motoring to anyone who wants to receive professional and genuine service.
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