As seen on the BBC
In the documentary... I'm Different: Let me drive.
Autism spectrum disorder
You don't need to have ASD to use AVERGO
I teach all sorts of people
Having been in the business of Training Drivers from 1996 in cars and (in the past i also trained bus drivers) .
Avergo is an established company, dedicated to giving quality tuition,to all its pupils, at all levels, from Learner to Advanced .
Graham is the highest grade DVSA Approved Driving Instructor,Registered as a Pass Plus Instructor,An Advanced Master Driver.
All Driving lessons are one 2 one with quality tuition, I offer a relaxed,friendly but objective lessons.
Covering: Kettering and surrounding villages.
Flexible times to work around your life style.
A car with duel control for the safety of you and others
Pay-as-you-go,or pre-pay block bookings.
A review from a mother of one pupil
Posted by Angela Dixon | Dec 2016
My daughter has autism, Tourette and adhd. Graham was fantastic and honest every step of the way and we have come to look upon him as a friend of the family. My daughter passed her test this year and all whilst being filmed for the BBC. We would like to thank Graham for his devoted support and excellent patience, which I must add he has in bucket loads. He guided my daughter every step of the way. And we would recommend him in a heartbeat
Izzy Lamba wrote: 20 December 2012 01:38
I never thought I'd be able to say, "I'm a confident, calm, full licence holding driver".. as Graham I'm sure remembers me saying. The feeling once you have passed is indescribable, and the fact that this man got me through it in a year was amazing (with my lack of confidence!). Graham is an incredible instructor, and couldn't have been better! I'd recommend him to anyone, of any age or gender! I couldn't have done it without him, and now feel confident that I am a good driver, and feel like anything is in my reach. Thankyou so much Graham, best of luck (not that you'll need it) to you and all of your learner/soon to be drivers to come
I left school at 15 years old not being able to read or write very well, just a dunce they said he wont do very well.Not knowing I had Dyslexia way back then.
I'm right handed but eat left handed so I'm different, please don't let being different stand in your way.
I have worked hard to overcome these problems although at times it can still be frustrating .
I have a passion for helping others not only those that maybe different but main stream people .
Helping people to learn to drive is so satisfying knowing it could change their lives this is what keeps me going as I feel i'm given back to people and the Community
I'm also a Trustee of the charity Northant 4x4 Response
going into action for the first time in February 2009 and again more recently Dec 2017 the Northants team has become one of the country’s most active groups with in excess of 50 members and thousands of miles covered in support journeys. The group has attracted positive attention from both local press and regional television.
What is the Northants4x4 Response Team?
With a seemingly increased risk of weather extremes and in circumstances where outlying locations or uneven terrain are involved the emergency and voluntary services often find themselves without the correct resources. The purpose of the team is to provide an all terrain vehicle back up service to support the local Emergency and Essential services in the times of need, usually adverse weather conditions. The vehicles can be used in non front line activities to allow the professional services to concentrate on the matter in hand whilst the Response Team 4x4 vehicles are providing all terrain support logistics as required