ECPC Driving School has been established in Kent for almost 15 years. We have built on our reputation for providing good quality professional instruction at competitive prices. We ensure that each pupil receives the right level and number of lessons so that they can drive safely and not merely be able to scrape through the DSA driving test.


Serviced Areas

  • Medway & Maidstone

Contact Details

  Website
  City Rochester
  Postcode ME3 9SH
  Address 4 St. Matthews Way Allhallows
  Phone Number 077 7961 0702

From Our Website

Beginners who start with ECPC pass the test far quicker than average. If you never quite got into driving, or have been trying and trying, come to ECPC and become another of our success stories! Driving with Peter is an experience you will not forget. Extremely friendly and so easy to get along with, a brilliant teacher and the perfect mentor. I had lessons before, but they were nothing like driving with ECPC. I have recommended Peter to all my friends and I recommend him to you too!


Your ECPC instructor will help you practice for both parts of the test as you begin to drive, and advise you on good practice material so you can learn at home.


Other websites offer driving test booking services, but might charge extra administrative fees on top of the Driving Standards Agency's (DVSA) fee. Those websites are not run by or connected to DVSA or Directgov. DVSA recommends that all learner drivers book their driving test through the official booking service on Directgov by visiting direct.gov.uk/drivingtest. If you have used an unofficial booking website, you might have seven working days to cancel your order and get all your money back. However, this will depend on the terms and conditions of the website you used.


The DVLA in conjunction with the Motor Insurers' Bureau (MIB) and the British Insurance Brokers Association (BIBA) are reminding drivers that a new law to be rolled out in late Spring 2011 will mean that they must keep their vehicle insured unless they have notified the DVLA that is it is being kept off the road. We know that uninsured drivers are a menace on our roads and add around 30 to honest motorists' premiums. It is vitally important that motorists understand the change and how it will impact on them.


Consumers are paying an average of 425 each to fix faults with second-hand cars that are the dealer's responsibility to correct. A study by the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) also found that many dealers are using illegal disclaimers like 'No Refund'. Make sure you know your rights when buying a second-hand car.


At the start of your driving test you'll be asked two vehicle safety check questions. These are to make sure that you can keep your car's systems (tyres, washers, wipers, etc) working and safe when you are driving your own car. You need to be able to answer these questions for the car in which you take the test. Here are the questions, with the answers for ECPC's Vauxhall Corsa cars. B01 Oil Show - Open the bonnet, identify where you would check the engine oil level and tell me how you would check that the engine has sufficient oil.


Got a licence already! OK, so you don't need to pass a test, but there are still lots of ways you can benefit from lessons with ECPC. If you've just passed your test, Pass Plus is a course designed to give you the experience you'd gain in your first year, in just six hours. You'll finish as a safer and more confident driver. Because you'll be less likely to be involved in an accident, most insurance companies will give you a year's no claims bonus right away. An added bonus for young drivers resident in Kent: KCC will subsidise your course with ECPC.


Safety first: Use your experience better: to predict what others will do; drive more efficiently; and avoid accidents. Expand your knowledge of your car and use its technology to the full. Remember that even a small repair has a big environmental cost; sorting out accidents takes loads of your time, however helpful your insurance company claims to be; and then there are those insurance premiums and no claims bonus. ECOlogical and ECOnomical: Help save the planet, save money, cut journey times, travel with less stress.