Apex School of Motoring - Addlestone

Apex School of Motoring - Addlestone

Apex is not taking on pupils for the foreseeable future. Please do not message regarding lessons. TY.

Apex School of Motoring has been established for over 20 years and offers affordable, friendly driving lessons in Surrey. We offer a complete range of services from single lessons to refresher and Pass Plus. With a national average pass rate of 45% we are incredibly proud of the fact that over 80% of our learner drivers pass FIRST TIME!

Operating as usual


Congratulations to Frankie who passed first time with only 2 minors! 🥳🎉


Massive congratulations to Jamil for his first time pass! 🥳


Congratulations to Henry on his well deserved first time pass!


Huge congratulations to Jake on his first time pass today! 🥳


Congratulations to Jennifer who took her first test today and passed!


A young lady I have been teaching from scratch went to uni a few weeks ago and took her test there this morning, making another 1st time pass!


Congratulations Charlie!! 🥳 A first time pass with only one minor. What a star ⭐️


Huge congratulations to Katy on her first time pass last week! 🥳


Huge congratulations to Diana on her first time pass today! 🥳. Well deserved!


Congratulations 🎉 to Liberty on her well deserved pass today!


Congratulations to Alicia on her first time pass this morning!! 🥳🎉


One week, two tests, two first time passes!!🥳
Congratulations to Harvey who passed today!!


Congratulations to Emma! 🥳🎉 She passed first time today with only 2 minors!


Rule 174. Box junctions
These have criss-cross yellow lines painted on the road. You must not enter the box until your exit road or lane is clear.
However, you may enter the box and wait when you want to turn right, and are only stopped from doing so by oncoming traffic, or by other vehicles waiting to turn right.
At signalled roundabouts you must not enter the box unless you can cross over it completely without stopping.

Department for Infrastructure NI Road Policing and Safety New Driver NI


There's a hefty fine now if you break the rules.


Stopping distances
Rule 126
Drive at a speed that will allow you to stop well within the distance you can see to be clear. You should:
• leave enough space between you and the vehicle in front so that you can pull up safely if it suddenly slows down or stops - the safe rule is never to get closer than the overall stopping distance
• allow at least a two-second gap between you and the vehicle in front on roads carrying faster-moving traffic and in tunnels where visibility is reduced, doubling the gap on wet roads and increasing it still further on icy roads
• remember, large vehicles and motorcycles need a greater distance to stop
• if driving a large vehicle in a tunnel, you should allow a four-second gap between you and the vehicle in front

Department for Infrastructure NI Road Policing and Safety Policing and Community Safety Partnerships


Well done to this young man on passing his test last week!! 🥳


Fatal 4 offences dealt with in the last hour:
Mobile phone on the M60
No Seatbelt on the M62
Speeders, yes plural on Princess Parkway.


With the warmer weather on its way (hopefully) and the ever increasing cost of fuel more people are taking up cycling. The Highway Code was amended in January to offer more protection to pedestrians and cyclists.Please show consideration to others when going about your journey. Taking that extra couple of minutes to allow pedestrians to cross and giving adequate room when overtaking a cyclist wont have a major impact on your day.😊


Congratulations to Jamie who passed with only 1 minor. The examiner was so impressed with Jamie’s driving that he praised both Jamie and myself! Happy days 🎉


⚠️ Be particularly careful of horse riders and horse-drawn vehicles especially when approaching, overtaking, passing or moving away. Always pass wide and slowly. When you see a horse on a road, you should slow down to a maximum of 10 mph. Be patient, do not sound your horn or rev your engine. When safe to do so, pass wide and slow, allowing at least 2 metres of space.

Horse riders are often children, so take extra care and remember riders may ride in double file when escorting a young or inexperienced horse or rider. Look out for horse riders’ and horse drivers’ signals and heed a request to slow down or stop. Take great care and treat all horses as a potential hazard; they can be unpredictable, despite the efforts of their rider/driver.

Remember there are three brains at work when you pass a horse; the rider’s, the driver’s and the horse’s. Do not forget horses are flight animals and can move incredibly quickly if startled.

We’ve been asked to help raise the profile of this topic by a number of road users.

Visit this link by the British Horse Society for more info ℹ️ https://www.bhs.org.uk/advice-and-information/common-incidents/riding-on-the-road/advice-for-motorists


Congratulations to Karina on passing her test today with only 1 minor!! 🥳


There are changes to the Highway Code that come into effect on January 29 (pending parliament's approval).

🔹 Cyclists have priority over cars when cars turning
🔹 Pedestrians have priority over cars at junctions
🔹 Changes to cyclist positioning to ensure better visibility

It is the responsibility of individual road users to be familiar with the Highway Code.

Find it here ➡️ https://www.gov.uk/browse/driving/highway-code-road-safet


Congratulations to Marciya, who passed first time today with only 1 minor! 🥇

My last test of 2021 and although it hasn’t been a full year of tests I am very proud indeed that I have had a 100% first time pass rate this year!! 🥳


⚠️No MOT since September.
⚠️21 year old driver
⚠️Passed his test just 29 days ago.

The 6 points + £300 fine he has been issued will result in him having to re-sit all tests again. Driving is a privilege, not a right.

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Still continuing with the 100% first time rate this year Luke passed yesterday with only 2 minors. The examiner praised Luke’s driving saying that he should be proud of himself for the way that he drove! Very well done Luke!!🥳


Louis passed first time today 🥳Congratulations Louis!!🥇Another first time pass! In fact, so far this year EVERY SINGLE PUPIL has passed first time!!


Congratulations to Ellen!! 🎉Another first time pass for Apex 🥇


Two pupils both had first time passes within the last two weeks!!
Tests are so hard to get at the moment that there is even more pressure than usual to pass first time so worthy congratulations!! 🚙🥳🥇


First test since lockdown - congratulations to Faith who passed first time!! 🎉


The new car has arrived and it’s great! Contact me to book your lessons in it 👍 - I look forward to hearing from you!


Congratulations to Aston 🥳 - a first time pass with only 2 minors! Also, the last pupil to drive this car as it’s going................


Driving lessons are back!! Please call me on 07956 105422 to book your lesson. Beginners, refresher, nervous, all welcome!
I’m looking forward to hearing from you soon. 👍🚙


Driving lessons can finally resume from 4th July! 🎉🎈
Please feel free to contact me to book your lessons ASAP.
Beginners, refreshers and everyone in between, are very welcome.


Congratulations Lewis - a first time pass with only 2 minors!

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