Driving lessons with us are fun! Not only are all our driving instructors fully Driving Standard Agency qualified but they're also friendly, patient and approachable when it comes to teaching you to drive. Plus, you can choose to learn with a male or a female driving instructor so that you feel as comfortable as possible.

Serviced Areas

  • Exeter, Honiton & Tiverton

Contact Details

  City Exeter
  Postcode EX5 2PL
  Address Crosspark Whimple
  Phone Number 0800-652-6669

From Our Website

Welcome to Taylor Made Driving School, a long established Driving School located in Exeter who have been providing Quality Driving Lessons in Exeter and East Devon since 2000. We pride ourselves on providing structured Quality Driving Lessons for Learner Drivers as well specialising in Trailer and Minibus driving tuition. Our team of experienced Driving Instructors are fully qualified, very patient and cover a wide area of East Devon including Crediton, Sidmouth, Cullompton, Exmouth, Honiton, Tiverton, and Kenton.

With Devon having many rural farming areas the necessity to have a Trailer License is significantly higher compared to other areas of the UK. We specialise in delivering quality Trailer Tuition in the South West. Our Trailer Driving Instructors are fully qualified and have many years experience. If you passed your car driving test on or after 1 January 1997, you may now need to pass a separate test (license category B+E) to tow a trailer, horse box or caravan weighing over 750kg MAM, and where the MAM of the combination of towing vehicles in category B and trailer exceeds 3500kg.

In 1996 the Theory test was first implemented by the D.S.A for car drivers and motorcyclists. The idea was that By studying and taking the test new drivers would improve their attitude towards safety when on the roads. The test can be taken at D.S.A Theory Test Centres in Towns & Cities throughout the UK. The theory test is made up of a multiple-choice part and a hazard perception part. To pass you must pass both parts of the test. So if you pass one part and fail the other you'll fail the whole test, and you'll need to take both parts again.