Worcestershire Areas We Cover & The Services We Provide

AHD Driver Training Ltd covers all areas of Worcestershire, particularly Worcester, Pershore, Malvern, Evesham, Droitwich and Bromsgrove. The Test Station that we use for the practical driving test is located in Worcester. Initially, you will be driving around the area that you live and/or area that you are picked up from for driving lessons to take place but you will always have driven around the Worcester test routes in order to be familiar with where you could be driving on your practical test.

AHD Driver Training Ltd has 4 driving instructors, one of whom is female. Various vehicles are used which are all manual. We do not carry out automatic driving lessons, only manual.


Anita Haddon Davies

Anita Haddon-Davies

  • Worcester
  • Malvern
  • Droitwich

Other areas are covered for Fleet Driver Training but mileage may be charged. Other areas are covered for Campervan and Motorhome training but mileage may be charged.

Telephone: 07983 881013
Email: anita@ahddrivingschool.co.uk


Simon Davies

Simon Davies

  • Worcester
  • Malvern
  • Droitwich

Other areas are covered for Campervan and Motorhome training but mileage may be charged.


Tom Stenson

Tom Stenson

  • Worcester
  • Malvern
  • Droitwich
  • Has taken pupils to Hereford Test Station.

Other areas are covered for Campervan and Motorhome training but mileage may be charged.


Nick Ruff

Nick Ruff

  • Evesham
  • Worcester
  • Malvern
  • Bromsgrove
  • Droitwich

All of our instructors have ‘extra’ qualifications which they have taken since passing their qualifying exams to becoming a driving instructor. Anita, who owns the AHD Driver Training business has some of the highest civilian qualifications in order to train people on the National Driver Offender Retraining Programme. The AHD Driver Training company is able to offer all types of driver training from learner driving right through to having help with driving your campervan or motorhome!

 

Are you aware that the learner driving test is due to be changing? The DVSA have piloted a ‘new driving test’ which has been tested in various parts of the UK?

Changes proposed are to:

  • increase the ‘independent driving’ part of the test from 10 to 20 minutes
  • ask candidates to follow directions from a sat nav during the ‘independent driving’ part
  • replace the ‘reverse around a corner’ and ‘turn in the road’ manoeuvres with more real life scenarios, eg driving into and reversing out of a parking bay.
  • ask one of the vehicle safety questions (known as the ‘show me, tell me’ questions) while the candidate is driving.