Ashley Neal’s Driving School – Driving Lessons Liverpool

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Why call Ashley Neal’s Driving School?

Ashley Neal’s Driving School is a driving school based in the North West of England. Predominately serving students in the Liverpool, Widnes, Wigan, St Helens, Southport and Warrington area, Ashley Neal’s Driving School has some of the best pass rates in the UK.
Reasons to call:

  • You are learning to drive for the first time and want to pass quickly.
  • You want support and advice with your theory test.
  • You want to take your pass plus test to reduce your car insurance.
  • You have recently moved to the UK and want to practice driving on UK roads.
  • Need a car to take the practical test with.

Who is Ashley Neal?

Ashley Neal is, in fact, a former ex Liverpool player. The son of successful Liverpool and England player Phil Neal. Ashley Neal was apart of the Liverpool academy from a young age. Ashley’s career took a turn for the worst when he was injured during a match and unable to continue his fledging career. Since then, Ashley has established one of the UK’s most promising driving schools. Ashley Neal’s Driving School provides some of the cheapest driving classes around! They also provide free resources for students in the North West to study and learn from with.

If you would like to get started today and you are looking for driving lessons in and around Liverpool, then call Ashley Neal today, don’t delay!

Free Driving Lessons To Be Offered To 17 To 24 Year Olds
March 31st, 2015

West Dunbartonshire Council has announced plans to give free driving lessons to young people to assist them in finding a job. The plan is expected to cost £50,000 for the lessons and they will be offered to those who are aged 17 to 24 and cannot afford the tuition.

A young driver getting themselves on the road costs an average of £5,000 including their lessons, tests, insurance and vehicle. It is estimated that the lessons make up between £1000 and £1,500 of that figure, as the average learner requires 47 lessons, costing between £20 and £30 an hour.

The authority offering the lessons is labour-run and said that the scheme was launched after a similar successful pilot last year that resulted in 29 people passing their tests and many of them have now gone on to secure jobs. If applicants are successful in being accepted into the scheme, they will receive 20 free lessons to start with.

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