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Bill Plant Driving School launch Online Theory Lessons

The Driving Instructor experts at Bill Plant Driving School have launched Online Driving Theory Lessons, in partnership with Driving Test Success, to allow pupils plenty of practice to best prepare them for their Theory Test, when they’re reinstated.


The Introductory Course, costed at just £30, includes:

  • Introductory Theory Test video conference lesson LIVE with a Bill Plant Driving School Instructor
  • An Online 4-month Subscription to a Training Platform, including unlimited DVSA Mock Theory Tests, over 700 high quality Hazard Perception clips, plus more than three hours of Practical Lesson video tutorials

Learner drivers can instead, if they wish, book on for the Theory + Feedback course (£90) which includes all of above plus five extra hours of Driving Instructor tuition and feedback, or the Theory + Feedback PRO course (£150) which includes all of the above plus 10 extra hours of Driving Instructor tuition and feedback.

The additional Driving Instructor tuition and feedback will include a syllabus of the learning categories, such as Alertness, Rules of the Road and Vehicle Handling.

This is not only available to pupils already learning to drive with a Bill Plant Driving School Instructor, but any learner driver looking to start driving lessons or enhance their Theory knowledge.

For more information or to book an online Theory Test course, please visit:

Peter Brabin, Head of Training at Bill Plant Driving School commented:
“We have so many pupils mid-way through their learning to drive journey that are prepping for their Theory Tests, and the situation that we find ourselves in has truly thrown a spanner in the works. But rather than seeing this as a setback, we want to work with all of our pupils to ensure that they’re fully prepared to go into their Theory Test, when lockdown has been lifted, and get full marks.

“We’ve been working incredibly hard behind the scenes to get this up and running and are excited to be able to continue working with our pupils and bring in new student, while also enabling our Driving Instructors to teach again.”