Bin-The-L-PLates has been in operation for 12 years offering a mix of driving lessons and intensive driving courses in the Stoke-on-Trent and Newcastle-under-Lyme area. The name was born from the dream for all provisional licence holder….. to Bin The L Plates and gain a full driving licence and enjoy the freedom that achieving that dream brings. Since the launch the company has experienced substantial success for the many drivers who have chosen to use our services with many pupils leaving positive feedback and reviews.
Why Chose Bin-The-L-Plates ?
As a fully qualified driving instructor we display a green badge in the tuition vehicle to prove we have successfully completed suitable training to teach people to drive and passed the DVSA examinations to qualify to teach. Some driving schools place learners with a trainee instructor who display a pink DVSA badge and still charge full lesson rates without revealing that the instructor isn’t fully qualified. You demand the best possible driving tuition and at Bin-The-L-Plates you can be assured that this will be delivered.
Your instructor has been assessed by the Driving and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) as a Grade A Instructor, giving you the reassurance that you have chosen the best possible instructor. At Bin-The-L-Plates we are all always working hard to make the tuition better than anyone else and strive to exceed your expections at every opportunity. With years of experience, and a pleasant and non-judgmental style of instruction which engages with the pupil, the daunting prospect of learning to drive is eliminated.
For many new drivers the prospect of learning to drive can be a nervous or traumatic experience and at Bin-The-L-Plates we believe the more you relax and enjoy the lessons, the more you can learn. If you enjoy your lessons you’ll build up your confidence and your driving skills more quickly.
At Bin-The-L-Plates there is a Driving Lesson Money Back Guarantee that your instructor will never shout at you. You can be assured that you will be treated with respect and any mistakes that you make will be assessed in a non-judgmental way, progress is made through helping the pupil assess any mistakes and guiding them to achieve their lesson goals.