Scotland has emerged as the most expensive place to learn to drive, where the average cost per lesson with a driving school is £24.03.
The study by Ipsos MORI indicated that across the country prices for driving lessons vary significantly, with the average cost for an hour's lesson being £22.30.
To be prepared for the test, a candidate needs around 45 hours of tuition.
The average price in Scotland makes the overall cost of taking lessons £1,081.
The poll found that people in Wales get the best deal, with the average hourly rate of manual or automatic lessons being £19.99, taking the total to £899.55.
Yell.com also questioned its advertisers providing car servicing and repairs.
The survey found that the UK average price for an interim service (6,000 miles) for a Ford Focus or similar petrol car is £79, with the lowest price starting at £20 and the highest costing £200.
For a full service, the UK average price is £141, with the lowest starting at £35, rising right up to £375.
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