Diane Ward is an experienced and qualified driving instructor and has years of experience and success in providing tailored one-to-one driving lessons in Dundee, Carnoustie, Arbroath and surrounding areas.
DSA Approved Instructor
Competitive Rates + Offers
Dual Control Learning Car
Putting you in safe hands and giving you peace of mind!
Flexible Payment Options
Pay as you go by cash on the day, or use our new secure Paypal payment system to pay for your lessons… easy peasy!
Start Learning to Drive with Diane
Diane Ward is a DSA Approved and Qualified Driving Instructor based in Carnoustie. Diane’s aim is your aim, for her pupils to pass their driving test at the first attempt; this is therefore the most cost effective way to learn. Learn-to-Pass is based in Carnoustie and provides driving lessons and tuition in the majority of the Dundee and Angus areas including all test centres, where Diane has excellent pass rates.
During Diane’s first year of operation (August 2014-2015) 25 pupils sat their practical driving test with Learn-To-Pass where 20 pupils passed first time, 5 passed second time, with more in the process of getting ready for their tests.
Throughout each individuals learning experience Diane at learn to pass not only assists pupils to develop their knowledge & skills to drive safely and defensively, Diane promotes and equips pupils with positive driving skills for life.
Want the best possible driving experience?
Come to Learn-To-Pass.
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Driving Lessons & Prices
Diane provides tailored driving lessons in Dundee, Carnoustie and surrounding areas.
£32 per lesson
Block Driving Lessons
Prefer to book a block of lessons at once and receive a good discount? This deal’s for you!
Pass Plus Qualification
New drivers can sometimes receive discounts from insurers when you have Pass Plus
Diane teaches hundreds of learners every year and has excellent pass rates!
Diane has been full-time instructing since 2014 and has helped MANY learners pass on their first attempt!
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Our Learners’ Questions Answered
If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask… by messenger, text, email or by calling. Diane’s here to help you!
How many lessons will I need to pass?
This all depends on your schedule, learning style and confidence. Some of our learners pass first time after only 20 lessons, however on average it will take you around 30-40 lessons to get your pass certificate. This all depends on how frequent your lessons are and how confident you are to take control.
I've not yet got my provisional, can I start learning without it?
You will need a UK Provisional Driving Licence to start driving lessons with Diane. If you’re unsure of how to go about this, please contact us.
What happens if I make a mistake?
Everyone makes mistakes when learning to drive and even when they have passed their test! This is all part of your learning and driving experience and you will reflect on mistakes made with Diane to ensure that you understand how to fix them in future. Diane will also help you with best practices and tips on how to get through any mistakes that you make.
Can I bring a friend to the lessons?
In our experience, the best way to learn is alone with your instructor. This avoids any distractions and you will learn a lot quicker.
“Started learning with Diane in August and I have just passed first time with no minors. I’m absolutely over the moon and can’t believe I did it after about 30 lessons. Diane has been a superstar!”
“Had a few lessons with another instructor but after switching to Diane everything just clicked. She was so patient with me and I cannot thank you enough. Kept me on track even when I thought about giving up, and now I’ve got my licence… brilliant!”
“Hey Diane. Just wanted to say thank you so much for today. I loved being back in the car and you made me feel so at ease, even when I went wrong. I’ve got my excitement back 🙂 Thank you again, Sarah.”