Book your first Driving Lesson in CORBY FOR ONLY £10

Driving Lessons in Corby

FIRST LESSON - ONLY £10

Try before you commit, the first lesson with us is only £10.

1 HR LESSON - £24

We have by far the most competitive hourly rate in Corby.

Block Booking Discounts

By block booking your lessons you will save money.

Qualifications & Associations

You learn to drive in a brand new Toyota Yaris with a manual gear box.

From only £10..

Bloom Driving School has ADI approved driving instructors teaching pupils in Corby, in Northamptonshire. If you live or work in Corby, or the surrounding areas, and want to learn to drive, with a friendly driving school with high pass rates, please give us a call first.
 

Your first taster lesson is only £10. 

Our Prices

Our hourly and block booking prices are highly competitive and we have over 17 years of experience to ensure you pass quickly and first time. 

Book your first lesson today!

Why not sample our driving lesson skills, with your first lesson 1 hour lesson only £10 with no further commitment. We are confident after your first hour, you will want to book further lessons where you can save by block booking. 

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Driving Lessons in Corby

3 Top facts about Corby

Corby Dates Back to the 8th Century

Evidence of permanent settlement by Danish invaders that called the settlement "Kori's by". It was later recorded in the Domesday Book as 'Corbei'.

1950's Corby

With a population of 18,000, Corby was designated a New Town and by 1951, following the plans of architect William Holford, the development for a car-friendly layout and many areas of open space and woodland was proposed, make it a great place to learn to drive. 

Dual Carriageway

Corby is just two hours' drive of four international airports: Birmingham, East Midlands, Stansted and Luton. Corby is only connected by dual carriageway to one other town, which is Kettering. We regularly take our pupils on this road. 

3 random facts about Driving tests

First Driving Licence

Back in 1903, you didn't have to pass a test to drive, you just have to pay 5 shillings for the licence, a document that identified the driver to their vehicle. 

Compulsory Tests

It wasn't until June 1935 that driving tests for a licence where made compulsory, but in 1939 tests were suspended for the duration of WWII. As all the examiners were given the roles of traffic duties and monitoring fuel rationing.

Driving Test Suspended

For the second time since compulsory driving tests were introduced, they were suspended in 1956 during the Suez Canal crisis. Learners were allowed to drive unaccompanied!

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