As of the 23rd March 2020, the government announced that we should only work or conduct driving lessons if it’s absolutely essential. Therefore, the advice we should follow is: stay at home for the next 3 weeks.
We have decided to stop conducting driving lessons for non key/critical workers, based on the governments advice, until 20th April 2020 (in 4 weeks time, we’ve allowed an extra week – just in case). If you want to get booked in for 20th April onwards and get yourself a bargain on your lessons, then carry on reading.
Our Biggest Sale Ever
You are very welcome to purchase driving lessons in advance and obviously take advantage of our biggest sale ever. For your peace of mind, all pre-payments to driveJohnson’s during the COVID-19 virus will be valid for 18 months. You will receive a full terms and conditions email after your payment confirming this for you. You can also find our terms and conditions in the footer of our website. When the virus calms down, obviously our prices will go back up.
Get booked in today – before the sale ends!
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Driving lessons for Key/Critical Workers – Now Available
The NHS, delivery services, supermarkets and more are struggling with staff and the lack of transport to get to and from work. Some employers have made it an essential requirement for their employees to pass their driving test as soon as possible.
Can you start your driving lessons now during the COVID-19 Pandemic?
To be clear, as of the 23rd March 2020, you cannot take driving lessons unless you are a key/critical worker. As a company, we are taking general bookings for driving lessons from 20th April 2020 and onwards. In the event the government increase the non-essential working ban, we will let you know as soon as possible and, of course, you have 18 months to use your purchased lessons with us.
Birthday/special occasion gift vouchers available
All gift vouchers purchased from 23rd March 2020 will have an 18-month expiry date as well.
To find out more about the different key worker categories, please visit our key/critical worker page.