Driving Instructor Tara

Driving lessons - Let's get you on the road

Tara is a Driving Instructor who has been teaching driving lessons in and around the Wrexham area for over 14 years. Teaching pupils how to enjoy driving safely and to pass their driving test.

From beginners to competent drivers, there is always something new to learn. Regardless of requirements Tara is always welcoming and happy to assist your road to success.

Tara has experience in dealing with and aiding nervous and anxious drivers, rest assured you’ll be in safe hands throughout your lessons.

Currently sitting within the top 6% of the country, Tara is a grade A instructor. You can be safe, comfortable and confident knowing that you will be getting one of the best driving instructors and driving lesson experiences that Wrexham has to offer.

Location & Areas Covered

As you can guess I am based in Wrexham and therefore cover all areas within a 15 mile radius, Please don’t hesitate to ask.

Training Vehicle

Mini Cooper. Dual controls.

What our students have to say

From the first time behind the wheel, to test day – we’ll guide you to success.

'Excellent driving instructor'

‘Tara is a very thorough driving instructor by far the best one I’ve had thankyou so much for your patience with me.’ Kayleigh


'Highly recommend`

'Tara was an amazing, I passed first time and I couldn't be more happier all because of Tara. Highly recommended him and he puts you at ease straight away!!' Abbi W


'Highly recommend Tara'

'Highly recommend Tara. The best instructor ever. Passed first time. Thank you so much for your patience' Adrian


5 Steps to get a licence

Get your provisional licence

Before you can start learning to drive, you must apply for a provisional licence.

You can apply for your provisional licence either online or in person at your local post office.

To apply online for your provisional driving licence go to GOV.UK. Alternatively, you can apply for your provisional licence by completing the D1 application form, available at your local Post Office.

Book a lesson

Booking a driving lesson

Instructor of driving school giving exam while sitting in car


The average person requires around 45 hours of tuition and a further 22 hours of practise before they are test-ready (according to the DVSA). However, every person is different and some may need fewer hours, while others may require more.

Pass your theory test

In order to pass your theory test, you must complete a hazard perception test and a multiple choice test.

You theory test must be completed before you can take your practical test

Pass your practical test

The final stage…your practical test.

During your test, you’ll complete five separate sections. These are:

  1. An eyesight check
  2. ‘show me, tell me’ vehicle safety questions
  3. General driving ability
  4. Reversing your vehicle
  5. Independent driving