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While learning to drive and passing the driving test most learners want to have a good time with a fun and reliable instructor...and if you can save a few pennies then brilliant, so we're going to show how you could save £500
Do You Know How To Save Over £500 On Passing Your Driving Test
Hi there and welcome to my driving school, today I am going to show you how to save over £500 on passing your driving test, how you can pass in fewer lessons and how you can successfully pass your driving test at the first attempt. After being a driving instructor for a long time and having helped many pupils I know these are things you want from your driving school. And yes, I know that you will also want to have an enjoyable time on your driving lessons.
Because I am a very popular driving instructor, I need to make you aware it is a good idea to call me as soon as you can. You are about to read why I am in demand because I offer so much that other driving schools do not, and you will love it. Who else wants you to save £500?
Why Cheap Deals Save You Nothing
My first big piece of advice is for you to stay well clear of special deals, if you have not seen them already some schools offer packages such as 5 hours for £50. The driving instructors in these schools are usually good people but are caught up in what their bosses order them to do. Many of these driving instructors can’t afford to offer up such deals which could affect the quality of the driving lesson.
You will also find that on many of these special offer discounts, not all the driving lessons are available for you straight away, several of the driving lessons are withheld from you until you get close to the driving test. But what if you do not like the driving instructor? You're possibly stuck or you depart and you lose your money. The truth is if you aren't taking pleasure in your driving lessons you could potentially want more lessons simply because they turn into a laborious task and the dullness factor takes hold.
What often happens is you leave the driving school, sometimes you might wait a while until you start to learn again and the new driving school will need to give you an assessment which will set you back in the region of £150, I do not think that is something you want to do.
A Driving Lesson Costs the Instructor…
When you consider that it can easily cost around £10-£12 an hour for a driving instructor to run a one hour driving lesson then you have to question how they may make a profit? How much driving will you do? How much are you going to learn? Will you be squandering your time? Are you wasting money?
The driving instructor has to put money into their car possibly buying it or renting it, petrol, operating expenses, taxes, insurance cover, new tyres, training, business services…and the list goes on.
It is not economical for a driving instructor, so if you are paying for a cheap lesson it might turn out costing you much more than you would imagine.
Learn To Drive Using A Regular Lesson Strategy
In case you can’t afford to take lessons each week then my most beneficial advice is for you is to save up. Try to remember when you were at school and had missed lessons because you were ill, or there is that one lesson which is just one hour a week. It’s extremely difficult to remember what you managed in the last lesson which means you needed to play catch up. However with driving lessons that is going to hit your wallet.
What's right to try and do is to make sure you can afford at least 2 hours every week, if you're able to do 4 hours or six hours then brilliant. Of course you can disperse the hours out over the week. The advantage of learning to drive like this is you are going to retain a great deal of information, you are going to forget much less, learn more rapidly and need a lesser number of driving lessons to pass your driving test.
Average Number Of Hours To Pass The Test is 47
You do not want to be average, it costs a lot of money and also the the easy way beat the average number of hours is to pass your theory test in the first few weeks, book your practical test and take regular driving lessons as stated above.
People who skip weeks, or who can’t find the money to drive, or take one hour a week turn out to be average or a whole lot worse. It costs you cash and you do not need that.
Learning To Drive With Friends And Family Is Expensive
Learning to drive along with your parents was fairly common but because of the price of insurance cover you can be spending a lot of cash. The average amount of hours taken on private training is 20, now imagine 2 hours a week over 10 weeks and you are having to pay £30 a week for insurance, that’s £300 and you have to add in the cost of the fuel. Getting regular driving sessions with me will save you a lot of money.
Learners Who Pass First Time Follow These Tips
Failing your driving test will cost you around £300, that includes the cost of a brand new test, hire of the tuition car and remedial lessons. This really is something you wish to avoid. To provide yourself the very best possibility of passing first time you want to do all of the following.
Be sure you have finished your progress report form and that also all themes are marked as being independent.
Have a mock test and successfully pass that, it's going to do wonders for your self-confidence.
And before you go into your driving test be certain that you're driving without needing the assistance of your approved driving instructor.
If you're able to do these 3 things then you will have every possibility of passing first time
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