When were the first driving lessons given?

The Motor Carriage Supply Company of London offered the first driving lessons in Britain in June 1900. The lessons were conducted by their instructor, a Mr Hankinson. The first organisation to title itself a driving school in Britain was the Liver Motor Car Depot and School of Automobilism of Birkenhead. William Lee established the school in May 1901 and its Chief Instructor was Archibald Ford.

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