Our lessons last 50 minutes and are combined in “blocks” of 100 minutes.
If you take a package, the driving lessons for students cost € 26,- per 50 minutes (€52,- per 100 minutes) and for people who are not students € 27,- per 50 minutes (€54,- per 100 minutes )
If you prefer to drive 50 minutes at a time you can choose our regular driver training that consists of single € 30 lessons.
8 x 100 minutes + practical exam
|Number of lessons||Regular||Student|
|€ 27,- / 50 mins||€ 26,-/ 50 mins|
|7 x 100 minutes||€ 378,00||€ 364,00|
|9 x 100 minutes||€ 486,00||€ 468,00|
|11 x 100 minutes||€ 594,00||€ 572,00|
|13 x 100 minutes||€ 702,00||€ 676,00|
|15 x 100 minutes||€ 810,00||€ 780,00|
|17 x 100 minutes||€ 918,00||€ 884,00|
|19 x 100 minutes||€ 1026,00||€ 988,00|
|Midterm practical exam||€ 130,00|
|Practical exam||€ 190,00|
|Theory book||€ 25,00|
|USB-stick with practice exam||€ 25,00|
|Car usage practical exam||€ 40,00|
|Car usage midterm practical exam||lesson|
Fast-paced or at your own convenience
18 x 100 minutes + midterm practical exam + practical exam incl. car usage:
22 x 100 minutes + midterm practical exam + practical exam incl. car usage:
*Intermediate test: An intermediate test is a trial exam at the CBR. The test looks similar as the practical exam. This way you can already get used to the final exam. You will receive tips and advices from the examiner. If you complete your special operations properly, you can earn an exemption for those operations on your practical exam. A big advantage is that with the interim test your chance of succeeding is significantly higher then without an interim test.
Paying in instalments is possible
You do not have to pay the regular driver training or package at once. It is possible to choose to pay in instalments or per lesson to the instructor.
Paying forward is possible via our International Bank Account Number (IBAN):
NL71 INGB 0007 7846 41
Rijschool Actief te Rotterdam
Always mention the name of the candidate, the car number/name of instructor and a description of the payment, e.g. practical exam or 1 driving lesson. Exam rates include the car usage during the practical exam–no hidden fees!
Price changes and typographical errors with reservation.
Do you still need to pass your theoretical exam? We have the following options to optimally prepare yourself.
Theory in 2 days, quick theory
This course takes place on Sundays from 13:00-19:30 hrs and Mondays from 7:00-10:00 hrs, followed immediately by the theoretical exam. The course takes place in Rijswijk, close to the examination centre (“CBR”). The costs of this course are € 100.
Online theory course
Studying at home is nowadays the way to study. It does take motivation and discipline, but it does have its advantages if you:
- Have limited time
- Need to combine your studies with other activities
- Value flexibility
The online theory course allows you to study at your own pace and get to know the ins and outs of driving theory in a fun and easy way. You will receive the login details from us, after which you can go through the material and practice separate sections or complete exams.
Directly following a practice session you will see the result and feedback on your screen. You can then analyze what could be improved next time by reading the explanations for each question and answer.
It is important not to start with practicing questions but to first thoroughly study the theory. Once you have mastered the theory you can request a theoretical exam via us. It is recommended to keep a theory book as a reference.
Quick and easy
Free online theory with exam training
If you would like to sign up for our online theory course, please contact us.
The theory exam consists of two parts:
25 questions on danger recognition
- At least 13 questions have to be answered correctly
40 questions on traffic rules and traffic insight
- At least 35 questions have to be answered correctly
The exam takes at approximately 45 minutes and the costs are € 49.
You have to bring a valid identification document to the exam.
Theory complete package
|USB-stick with practice exam|
|(leerboek + internetkaart 15 uur)|
Price changes and typographical errors with reservation.
Start learning how to drive from your 16th birthday onwards
On 1 November 2011 guided driving in the Netherlands from the age of 16 onwards has kicked off. Our driving school also offers guided driving.
From the moment that you reach the age of 16 you are eligible for partaking in the theoretical exam. If you pass this exam you may start taking driving lessons from the age of 16.5. Teenagers who are 17 years or older on 1 November 2011 may partake in the practical exam.
After obtaining your driver’s license you then have to drive under guidance until the age of 18. You can register a total of 5 “guiding passengers”. Their names will be printed on a driver guides card.
There are conditions tied to the guiding passengers. De guiding passenger:
- posseses a driver’s license for at least 10 years and carries this license when guiding the under-age driver
- has not been convicted criminally for violating traffic laws
- has not participated in behavorial change courses, e.g. for drunk driving
- has not been checked regarding driving skills or fitness to drive in the past
- has not consumed alcohol, drugs or medicines when guiding
Minority of the driver
Since the candidate-driver is a minor, a written explanation of one of the parents or legal representative should be presented. The under-age driver is legally the driver of the vehicle and therefore responsible for his/her own actions while controlling the vehicle.
Sanctions when driving without a guiding passenger
If the minor drives without a guiding passenger, the driver’s license will be declared invalid. This means that the minor will have to wait until the age of 18 to again pass the theoretical and practical exam. Additionally, the minor is responsible for you guiding passenger. If the guiding passenger is not in a sober condition when guiding the minor, the minor also has to pass the theoretical and practical exam again after reaching the age of 18.
Fewer traffic fatalities due to guided driving
By allowing adolescents start learning how to drive to a younger age they will be more experienced when they hit the road independently. The Institute for Road Safety Research (“SWOV”) has calculated that guided driving for 17-year-olds in the Netherlands prevents 16 traffic fatalities per year.