Welcome to Kingfisher

Striving for “excellence”

Excellence is about setting a high standard for yourself and focusing on getting as good as you can possibly be.

My name is Paul Tinton and welcome to Kingfisher Driver Training.

I would like to take a second to tell you about my commitment to you and also to take this opportunity to thank you, please spend some time looking through the site I am sure you will find what your looking for!  I believe that "safe driving for life" should be something that we are all looking for and as such I have ensured that the standard of instruction you will receive is extremely high. Here's why:

Kingfisher deliver excellent quality training at great value. We believe that driving is an important life skill, and that using coaching combined with training, a customer will develop their skills as well as developing themselves as individuals.

Remember it's Quality not Quantity that counts!

Kingfisher aims to give everyone the same opportunity to improve their driving skill's, whether you are a new driver studying for your provisional licence or a full licence holder.

Kingfisher customers can improve their driving with confidence. Whatever your motoring goals, we are committed to helping you reach them.

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We hope you enjoy your stay at our site, we have a lot of interesting information and tips for all types of driving and we are sure you will find what you are looking for.

If you need any further assistance you can contact me via the contact page or simply call 02476 387136 or use Facebook or Google+ we are always very happy to help even if your call is only in search of information.

If you would like to make any comments about our website please send us an e-mail with your views, we are continually looking for ways to improve our facilities to better serve all of our customers with what they want.

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