My name is Bill Dosangh and I spent seven years franchised with the biggest name in the motoring industry, the AA.
I have a long experience of working with motor vehicles. After training as a motor mechanic, I progressed to becoming a master technician in engine and gearbox technologies, working for one of the largest franchised car dealerships in the Midlands. Later I worked at Peugeot's assembly division in Ryton where I decided that enjoyed driving and teaching far more and so became self employed - I wanted to teach reliable and efficient skills which would help people attain their targets of becoming proficient and safe drivers on the roads of today.
This gives a greater depth of understanding, helps with the basics of learning to drive and shows learner drivers a clear picture to what is required for them to pass the driving test exam. By having your driving lessons with me you can be guaranteed that your learner driver experience with '1st Gear Learner Driving School Coventry' will be concentrated on getting you to pass your driving examination with the best, practices and learning experience that you can receive.
Whether you are looking to start learning to drivefrom scratch, refresh your driving skills or take the Pass Plus driving exam, 1st Gear Learner Driving School Coventry can put together a package that will help to get you through that driving test first time. We are able to offer driving lessons at competitive, great value for money prices and we give our lessons in a new car, a Peugeot 208 - manual with dual controls - pictured here. I give driving lessons across Coventry area but also cover other areas. Please check below to see what those areas are or just give me a call or text on 07970 130908.
"Excellent driving tuition and I passed first time!"
[Mike Charlington, Coventry]
"Thank you for being patient with a very nervous driver. I would recommend you to anyone."
"Bill was a really good driving instructor. My friend recommended him to me and it was the right choice. Driving lessons suddenly became fun."
[David C, Coventry]