Andy1st driving school Call - 0121 778 4777 or 077 077 27 900 Text - 07537 400 442
Andy1st driving school Call - 0121 778 4777  or  077 077 27 900 Text - 07537 400 442

Driving Lessons Birmingham with Andy1st Driving School.

Our driving instructors supply the best driving lessons at cheap prices in Birmingham. We use dual control cars that are easy to drive and are replaced every 6 months. To help you in your busy lives our instructors will pick you up from home, work or college.

Choose Andy1st driving school for driving lessons in Birmingham.

  • Beginners special offer. (see prices page)
  • Intensive driving courses .
  • Automatic driving lessons.
  • Female instructors.
  • Free Theory Test practice.
  • Information on the Driving Test.
  • Discounts for students.
  • Block booking.
  • Crash courses.
  • Pass Plus.
  • Refresher driving lessons.

You can Book over the phone by calling 077 077 27 900, or if you prefer you can complete our call back form and we will give you a call.

All our instructors are fully qualified and are registered with the Driving Standards Agency.

  • Driving Instruction that lets you spend less, tailored to your needs!

Need more information contact Andy1st Driving School.


With our roads becoming more and more crowded and busy, the probability of accidents is rising. Coupled with the rise in insurance costs, it’s never been so important to try and avoid that unfortunate bump or shunt. Anything from a slip-up in a car park to a motorway pile up, we here at Andy1st driving school Birmingham want to help you prepare for life out on the busy roads today.

Whether you are learning to drive for the first time or you’ve had a break from learning and are now returning to it, we are here to offer guidance and support right from the start.  When you are due to take your lessons, make sure you are fresh and well-rested. This will help your concentration and prepare you for learning. Being tired and preoccupied can make you lose focus and concentration and this in turn can cause accidents.

We teach you the basics of learning to drive on your lessons and our highly trained instructors take you through the steps methodically and expertly. They are fully aware of how nervous you might be as they were learners once too you know! We specialise in and are committed to helping anyone who wants or needs to learn to drive. We aim to help everyone who comes to us and wants to achieve that goal. For some, it doesn’t take very long. They may even choose to take an intensive driving course in Birmingham and spend full days learning thus passing their test in a few days. Others may find it a bit trickier and take longer over it. That is fine. When you meet your instructor  and have lessons  with Andy1st they will spend time watching and assessing you and finding out the way you learn. That way, they can devise a learning package that suits your individual needs. We don’t believe in a one size fits all style of learning. We consider tailor made lesson packages to be much more effective and they save money and time for all those involved.


We pay particular attention to the safety and well-being of our pupils. We want this journey to be a fun one but with a serious message. When you get out there alone, making your own decisions and controlling the car yourself, we want you to be prepared and ready for that next step. We will teach you valuable hazard perception skills and observational techniques on your driving lessons which will help when you are “going it alone”. We also offer a Pass Plus course for new drivers. This is run in conjunction with the Government and works to reduce the number of accidents on the road involving new drivers. We provide tuition in driving at night, in bad weather and on the motorway to name but a few. This course consists of 6 hours and could reduce your insurance premiums as well as helping you read the road more effectively. Anything that reduces your risk of having an accident has got to be worth doing.

In addition, we have provided some information on accident hotspots. You may think we’re trying to scare you but we’re not! Our instructors simply highlighting areas that require additional care and attention and by bringing these to your attention, you can familiarise yourself with them and perhaps practice them with your instructor on your driving lessons Birmingham.

We have a lot of tourism and so there are many visitors to the City of Birmingham who are unfamiliar with the surroundings. In the centre of the city, Icknield Street (A4540) and Dudley Road are littered with a number of accidents from slight to fatal. They are both very busy routes into the city and if they happen to be roads you may well travel down regularly, we suggest that you practice on these roads to build up your knowledge of the area. Where the Dudley Road meets Winson Green Road is a notoriously bad junction so take care there.

Another junction where a large number of collisions have been reported is the junction of Hill Street and Navigation Street. Roads that are very heavy with traffic include the Bristol Road (A38), Pershore Road and Lee Bank Middleway. The huge traffic signal area where Lee Bank crosses the Bristol Road is another serious hotspot for accidents.

Moving to the Moseley area of the city, special care should be taken on Wake Green Road and Alcester Road especially at the junctions of Salisbury Road and St. Mary’s Row.

Don’t forget, this knowledge is there to help you, not scare you. 

Would you like to become a driving instructor? If so just take a look at our drivig instructor training page.

Head Office address:

Andy1st driving school


c/o AcciDON'T Limited

Unit 1 Chase Park

Daleside Road



Other Address

Andy1st driving school


1a Highfield Road  


West Midlands

B28 0EL

Call Us

Tel: 0121 778 4777
Mobile: 077 077 27 900

TEXT Only: 07537 400 442




Darlington: 01325 965 117

Farnborough: 01252 235 366

Office Hours

Monday - Friday

7am until 8pm


Saturday 10am until 2pm

Sunday closed

You can book 10 hours of lessons with us and we'll give you a discount!

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