About Us

Our goal is to ensure that our pupils get the very best out of their time and money spent. We are enthusiastic and love to teach. Whether you are an older person requiring a refresher course or a new driver, we will structure the lessons around you and your needs, every student is different!

What Makes Us Different?

About Your Instructor

Andy radiates warmth and friendliness.  He is patient, instils confidence and provides a calm and relaxed atmosphere and together with Andy’s delightful sense of humour, creates a fun and enjoyable driving experience.

Andy’s goal is to ensure that his pupils get the very best out of their time and money spent with ATH CAMBRIDGE DRIVING SCHOOL. Andy is enthusiastic; he loves to teach and his pupils are excited to learn.

Andy creates driving courses adapted to suit individual needs; taking into account existing skills, strengths and weaknesses. He’s passionate about giving his pupils the ability and confidence to become safe and responsible drivers for life – not just to get them through their Test!

 

  • We now offer manual and automatic driving lessons
  • He is extremely likeable; putting his pupils at ease straight away
  • Andy is reliable
  • He’s passionate about teaching
  • Has lots of experience
  • Brilliant with nervous pupils
  • Tailors his lessons to suit the pupil’s ability
  • Happy to help all ages; young and old
  • In addition to driving lessons, he offers Pass Plus and Refresher courses
  • Can offer flexible ‘out of hours’ lessons
  • If pupil’s give him 3 referrals, they receive £50 cash or money off lessons
  • His pupils give him great feed-back and testimonials

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Replies promptly to emails, texts or just give us a call

Happy Customers

Has a first-time pass rate above the national average

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Great Reviews

I didn’t like my other instructors but Andy makes it fun to learn.

Did you know…. just a bit of fun!

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