Afzal School of Motoring
- Gordon Street
- Tel: – Mob: 07790905336
- Mon – Fri: – Sat: – Sun: –
DRIVING SCHOOL INFORMATION
We offer competitive rate and door to door service.
We pride ourselves on our pass rate and this is achieved by giving you maximum Driving Practice during your driving lesson and on our ability to be able to focus on driving elements that you need to learn and skipping those that you have already mastered.
DRIVING SCHOOL SERVICES
Learn to drive with Afzal School of Motoring Burnley, Lancashire offer the following services:
- Intensive courses
- Lessons for Learners
- Refresher Lessons
- Motorway Driving
- Pass Plus
- Help with Theory Test
- Door to Door Service
- Competitive Prices
DRIVING SCHOOL REVIEWS
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OUTSTANDING driving school, Instructor and the Service that was delivered. I took driving lessons from afzal school of motoring and passed my driving test on 1st attempt. But afzal school will give you all the help and allow you to progress at quicker rate.
Excellent driving instructor and 100 percent recommend it to everyone.
OUTSTANDING driving school, Instructor and Service. I took driving lessons from afzal school of motoring and passed my driving test on 1st attempt.
I took driving Lessons from Afzal School of Motoring on the recommendation of my dad and how right he was. I Passed my driving Test 1st time and I only took 15 driving lessons and considering that I had no driving experience before I am told that big achievement. Obviously lot of credit goes to my Driving Instructor. I think he is Great Driving instructor because he guided me all the way to my driving test. He does not waste time and gives you maximum driving practice in relevant areas, instead of sitting and explaining theories. Choose Afzal school of motoring and you can not go wrong.
Very Good Value and good service