Driving school KING - friendly school

Driving school KING - friendly school

Podjavorinské 1600/3, Praha 4, 14900 Now open - Nonstop

5.0 Reviewed by 11 users
Friendly International Driving school in Prague. Driving license lectures & training for all driving types. Textbooks in English. Standard, express courses as well as VIP courses. Air-conditioned cars with manual or automatic transmission.

We also offer refreshing driving lessons (manual + automatic transmission).

VIP Lessons and training for type B license
(Client can choose themselves the place where the training will start and finish)

"GOLD VIP" Lessons and training for type B license
(The GOLD Course includes individual training according to clients' wishes and needs. They can choose themselves the time and place where the training will start and finish.
We guarantee you priority in planning test drives and exams) (automat or manual)
https://www.autoskolaking.cz/en/vip-gold-driving-courses/

20,000 fans on FcB! We are the largest driving school on the social network. Council, competitions, information, videos each day. Enter the driving school with the largest number of fans. Thank you for sharing us and inspire us and others.
www.facebook.com/kingautoskola

4.000,000 watch our instructional videos! - czech and english language. We use instructional videos for you that will help. Council: How to park, To transport children in the car, Resolve car accident.etc. Follow us and thank you!
http://www.youtube.cz/autoskolaking

https://www.autoskolaking.cz/en/uvod-en/
https://www.autoskolaking.cz/en/standard-vehicle-group-b/
https://www.autoskolaking.cz/en/motorcycle-group-am-a1-a2-a/

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Petr Sim

Reviewed by Rob 13.01.2010
I just passed my Czech driving exam after attending Auto Skola King with Petr Sim as my teacher. I really can't recommend him and his school enough. I should first mention that after going through the exam, I believe it's difficult even for native Czechs to pass. Petr went out of his way to make sure all of his students had as much as an advantage as possible. I even met a student who could speak enough Czech, but correctly guessed that... read more