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    I have a part time job with really short hours and get paid ~£80 every two weeks. Is this enough to take up practical driving lessons? I think I'll only be able to do like 2 lessons a week with that kinda money so is that a good pace to be learning at?

    Obviously if I pass and start driving I'm gonna need an extra job/another job so I am searching for something else atm.

    Would really appreciate some answers!
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    I took a lesson a week which cost 20 pound. Plus your provisional licence is gonna cost you 40 pound i think and your driving theory is 30 pound, the driving test is 60 pound plus 20 for using the driving instructors car. It cost me alot of money, have about a grand saved up.
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    (Original post by Direstraights)
    I took a lesson a week which cost 20 pound. Plus your provisional licence is gonna cost you 40 pound i think and your driving theory is 30 pound, the driving test is 60 pound plus 20 for using the driving instructors car. It cost me alot of money, have about a grand saved up.
    If it's a lesson a week I can definitely afford that. Thanks
 
 
 
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