Student Discounts.

Discounts for Full-Time Students.

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The student discounts that a matriculation card enables, e.g. in shopping outlets or at the cinema, can be a big help to student budgeting. That's because student life can be difficult both financially and emotionally, especially when you see your friends working, earning and affording.

We believe that the added skill of a full UK driving licence on your first C.V., after you leave college or university, can only help to get you on that career ladder, and earning, more quickly. But it can be difficult to afford driving lessons on a student income.

So we thought we'd do our bit for students too.

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At Antonine we have a discount on individually paid driving lessons for full-time students, to help stretch that student income a bit further. To qualify, we need you to bring your student card, your course details, and proof of full-time status, along to your first lesson.

Student Prices (inclusive of the discount):

Duration Cost
standard 1 hour/lesson £26.00
standard 1.5 hour/lesson £39.00
standard 2 hour/lesson £52.00
A single 2 hour motorway lesson £54.00

We hope these discounts help to make learning to drive a bit more realistical and affordable for all students.

If you have any enquiries about our discounted student prices, or you're interested in booking lessons, then please contact us .

Prices correct as of November 2020. Please note that all discounted student lessons are bound by Antonine Driving School Terms and Conditions .

Antonine Driving School , for a DSA Approved Driving Instructor.

Please click on the DSA logo below to see the DSA's advice on 'choosing a driving instructor'.

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