Published on 06 April 2021
The average driving lesson is around £25 per hour and the number of lessons needed depends on the individual. So it’s no surprise that learning to drive can put a strain on the purse strings. While we still recommend taking lessons with an accredited instructor, it’s a good idea to get some extra practice in by hiring a dual control car. With prices from just £15 per hour, it’s more than half the cost of the average driving lesson!
We know that most people are eager to pass their test as quickly as possible. To make sure that you’re test-ready, it’s better to get as much practice in as you can. Your instructor may only take you on certain routes around the test area, but with a dual control hire car, you’ll be able to practice in different areas which should make you a better and more confident driver. With the peace of mind of having a qualified driver with you in your dual control car, you’ll have the extra confidence you need for your test.
If you hire one of our dual control cars for ten hours or more, we’ll give you £300 off a new car when you pass your test – it’s that simple! Buying your first car can be daunting, which is why we want to help you every step of the way. Our online guide offers some simple advice and tells you what to look for when you’re buying your first car.
Do you have a busy schedule? Hire a dual control car from Arnold Clark Car & Van Rental at a time that suits you. Our branches across the UK are open seven days a week, it’s easy to enquire online or by calling 0141 237 1965.
You can hire a dual control car for your driving test; you just need to have hired the car for at least one hour on a previous day. We’ll also give you a shiny certificate if you pass your test in one of our cars!
Our prices are amongst the lowest in the industry and start from only £15 per hour. The price you see is the price you pay, and includes VAT, insurance, mileage and fuel.
If you have a Young Scot card, you can take advantage of two hours for the price of one (valid Monday to Friday).Back to Latest News