Established in 2009 this driving school provides intensive driving courses in Bourne, Peterborough, Grantham, Stamford, Spalding, Sleaford and Boston.

Different learning styles are provided dependent on the learning preferences. We have experience of providing driving training for people with special needs such as autism as well as profoundly deaf pupils. The ethos of this driving school is to drive more, to experience more, to learn more.

Evidence of the techniques and content on the driving lessons can be freely viewed on the exclusive YouTube driving channel for the driving school, which offers over 100 driving videos and is very popular with customers and even non-customers all over the UK. The videos have been monitored and incorporated into the training of emergency vehicle drivers doing advanced driving courses in North Wales.

There are sample testimonials from ex-pupils and their parents on all of our social network links, as well as on the website and we have some video testimonials available to view as well. Training is undertaken on a 1:1 basis by a registered DVSA Driving Instructor and progress is monitored by use of their recommended methods. Much attention is given to providing a relaxing, yet stimulating learning environment.

Highlights, Specialties & Features

  • Learning difficulties eg aspergers, dyslexia
  • Intensive Driving Courses
  • Training for under 17's

Serviced Areas

  • Bourne, Rippingale, Morton, Thurlby, Stamford, Spalding, Deeping, Langtoft

Contact Details

  Website
  City Bourne
  Postcode PE10 9BG
  Address 32 Broadlands Avenue
  Phone Number 0775 607 1464
  Tollfree 0800 689 4174

Social Activity

David's first week of his BIG TOM 2 week intensive driving course. He has driven in Stamford, Barrowby, Cranwell, Grantham, Sleaford, Boston, up and down the A1, Corby Glen, Ropsley, Peterborough, Ryhall. What a beautiful week for learning to drive, the
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Fancy a puzzle? We are wanting to emerge right out of this one way street. One version would pass a driving test, the other would not. But which is which?
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BIG TOM helps you with the theory test. Sample question: You should never attempt to overtake a cyclist - a) just before you turn left b) on a left-hand bend c) on a one-way street d) on a dual carriageway
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Well done to Dave today. Day 1 of his 2 week BIG TOM intensive driving course. Practising how to spot sharp bends on rural roads using "limit points". Bookings: 0800 689 4174
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Tommy from Peterborough has just passed his driving test this morning. A 9 year gap in driving didn't stop him passing first time! Read his story here.... https://www.bigtom.org.uk/9-years-gap-is-no-problem/
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If this situation shown in the video happened when you were driving all on your own, would you know how to deal with it? How many of you watching this would drive to the right when the light goes green?
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You want to turn right at the roundabout, third exit, but the roadwork cones are blocking your lane.... so your original plan now has to be altered. This is what the BIG TOM intensive driving course is all about; developing skills to manage situations
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David has passed his driving test this morning on the last day of his 2 week BIG TOM course. The end of a very enjoyable and happy 2 weeks working with David. https://www.bigtom.org.uk/nothing-wrong-with-his-eyes/
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