Our Southall Driving School covers Northolt, Greenford, Perivale, Northwood, Ruislip Manor, Pinner, Ealing, Harrow Weald, Wealdstone, Greenhill, Harrow On The Hill, Ruislip, Eastcote, Sudbury, Wembley and surrounding areas including all the HA post codes.
At GR8Drive we pride ourselves in offering professional Driving Lessons at affordable prices in Southall UB1 by DSA qualified Driving Instructors starting from as little as £9.90 per hour.
GR8Drive is an independently run Driving School near Southall which was recently featured on Nick Ferrari's Breakfast Show on LBC Radio 97.3 FM
and Point Blank TV
offering high quality driving lessons in and around Belmont Circle HA3, Harrow, Pinner, Hatchend, Northwood, Ruislip, Oxhey, Stanmore, Bushey, Carpenders Park, Wembley, Edgware and surrounding areas.
Whether you are a complete novice getting behind the steering wheel for the very first time, or a more experienced learner who has already had a number of lessons, even if you have a full licence but want to top up on your skills and confidence, GR8Drive could be the Driving School you're looking for.
As an independent school we can provide high quality training at very affordable prices with lessons tailored to the individual pupil so you can be taught at the best pace to suit you in the Southall area. We teach in a calm and patient manner which puts even the most nervous pupils at ease very quickly.
Southall in UB1 is a busy town that borders Greenford and Northolt near the A40. Located in greater London Southall is close to the M25 and the M4 motorways. Because of these larger roads and motorways, it is understandable that many will be worried at the thought of driving these roads. GR8Drive Driving Instructors know from experience that Southall is one of the best places to learn to drive in and to develop safe driving skills for life!...
We offer quality manual driving lessons in Southall and surrounding areas. Our goal is to help learners in Southall to pass their driving test and be a safe driver for life. We are one of the best driving schools in Southall and all our driving instructors have passed the ADI test on their first attempt with a high grade! All our pupils in Southall will get quality driving lessons that's guarantee best value for money. We believe learning to drive should be enjoyable and we know it from our experience that you will learn more quicker and easy if your driving lesson is fun and interesting in a friendly and professional environment.
In addition to the standard lessons, we also offer hazard perception and theory test help and advice, Pass Plus, Refresher and Motorway lessons and block booking discounts in Southall.
Southall does have its own DSA test centre there are a number of test centres located nearby in Pinner, Greenford and Hayes. Pupils can take their early lessons in and around the Southall area covering all the basic driving disciplines. At this stage of their driving, and with the help and guidance of their driving instructor, they will choose their preferred test centre, and will be introduced to a test centre test routes to provide local knowledge of any unusual or difficult road layouts. This enables them to familiarise themselves with the local roads and to build that vital driving confidence prior to their test.
Try our current introductory offer
of 10 lessons for just £99. Thats fantastic value!
Areas covered: Southall UB1 and surrounding areas.
10 HOUR BEGINNERS DRIVING COURSE £99 IN SOUTHALL
Your first few driving lessons can be challenging in Southall. The 10 hour Beginners Course in Southall is designed and structured to take you through these first steps at your own pace.
We will start you on quiet roads in Southall and you won't venture onto busier roads until you are ready. CALL 07791 674 839.
* Please note: this is a special deal see terms and conditions.
REFRESHER DRIVING LESSONS IN SOUTHALL 10 HOURS £150
Our Refresher Driving Lessons and Courses in Southall and surrounding areas are ideal for Pupils that haven't driven for a long time or have lost confidence on the road.
20 HOUR STUDENT DRIVING COURSE £249 IN SOUTHALL
Our Student deal offers amazing value 20 hours of professional driving tuition for just £249 then additional lessons charged at £20 per hour! Course follows the DSA syllabus taking you to test standard. CALL 07791 674 839.
INTENSIVE DRIVING COURSES IN SOUTHALL 20 HOURS £390
Our Intensive Course is designed for Students in Southall that have limited time and need to learn to drive in a hurry. The 20 hour course can be fitted around your schedule and requirements.
This course is aimed at learners on an intermediate level, with some main road experience and little or no reversing experience. The course will include 20 hours of training which will cover all aspects of the driving test, including a pre-test mock exam. The duration of this course could be from 5 to 10 days.
Intensive courses are ideal for drivers who want to pass within a fixed amount of time. Intensive courses work best for the learner driver who has some experience and who just needs to tidy up their driving.
Please note: intensive courses are not ideal for nervous drivers who dislike pressure.. Those who like a challenge please apply.
The course covers all the basics to more advanced and complex driving preparing you for your driving test! CALL 07791 674 839.
PASS PLUS IN SOUTHALL
Pass plus is a Course of approx 6 hours of lessons, taken after you have passed your Driving Test, aiming to make you a more competent and confident driver.
Pass Plus can entitle you to cheaper car insurance. CALL 07791 674 839.
Southall is a large suburban district of west London, England, and part of the London Borough of Ealing. It is situated 10.7 miles (17.2 km) west of Charing Cross. Neighbouring places include Yeading, Hayes, Hanwell, Heston, Hounslow, Greenford and Northolt. The area is identified in the London Plan as one of 35 major centres in Greater London.
Southall is located on the Grand Union Canal (formerly the Grand Junction Canal) which first linked London with the rest of the growing canal system. It was one of the last canals to carry significant commercial traffic (through the 1950s) and is still open to traffic and is used by pleasure craft.
The town has one of the largest concentrations of South Asian people outside of the Indian sub-continent.
Southall formed part of the chapelry of Norwood in the ancient parish of Hayes, in the Elthorne hundred of Middlesex. For Poor Law it was grouped into the Uxbridge Union and was within Uxbridge Rural Sanitary District from 1875. The chapelry of Norwood had functioned as a separate parish since the Middle Ages. On 16 January 1891 the parish adopted the Local Government Act 1858 and the Southall Norwood Local Government District was formed. In 1894 it became the Southall Norwood Urban District. In 1936 the urban district was granted a charter of incorporation and became a municipal borough, renamed Southall. In 1965 the former area of the borough was merged with that of the boroughs of Ealing and Acton to form the London Borough of Ealing in Greater London.
The southern part of Southall (roughly south of the railway) used to be known as Southall Green (and a section of the main north-south road in the area is still called The Green) and was centred on the historic Tudor-styled Manor House which dates back to at least 1587. Little of the building is original but much dates back to the days when Southall Green was a quiet rural village. It is currently used as serviced offices.
The extreme southernmost part of Southall is known as Norwood Green. It has few industries and is mainly a residential area, having remained for many years mainly agricultural whilst the rest of Southall developed industrially. Norwood Green borders, and part is inside, the London Borough of Hounslow.
The main east west road through the town is Uxbridge Road (A4020), though the name changes in the main shopping area to The Broadway and for an even shorter section to High Street. Uxbridge Road was part of the main London to Oxford stagecoach route for many years and remained the main route to Oxford until the building of the Western Avenue highway to the north of Southall in the first half of the 20th century. First horse drawn, then electric trams (until 1936) and, then, electric trolleybuses, gave Southall residents and workers quick and convenient transport along Uxbridge Road in the first half of the 20th century before they were replaced by standard diesel-engined buses in 1960.
Southall is served by Southall railway station on the Great Western Main Line, providing links to Heathrow Airport, Reading and Oxford as well as London Paddington.
There is no London Underground station in Southall, the nearest one to the town centre being Osterley station, on the Piccadilly line, which is located approximately 2 miles (3.2 km) to the south.
Frequent bus services link Southall with all neighbouring suburbs and London Heathrow Airport.
There is an express coach service between Southall and Birmingham which specialises in serving the many family connections in both areas' South Asian populations.