Automatic Driving Lessons Kingston

Most people think that taking driving lessons in Kingston doesn’t save them money, just that they are an unnecessary cost. However those people only think short-term, and how much money they have to lay out to learn how to drive. Learning how to drive can save you a lot of money in the long run, and the earlier you learn, the more money you will save over your lifetime!

Everyone has to travel somewhere especially with weather conditions in Kingston at some point in their life, and to do this they will have no choice but to use public transport if they don’t have a licence. The amount of money that a person would spend on public transport in their life would be more than enough to learn how to drive 10 times over! Not to mention how much more convenient driving is.

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No more schedules, buying tickets in advance, walking from station to station or platform to platform! When you learn how to drive not only does it save you money that would have been spent on public transport, but it is also a lot more convenient. You decide where you drive and when you drive, there is no competition between public transport and having your own car!

Instead of always spending your money on public transport, learn how to drive and save money in the long run. Even if you can’t afford insurance on a car after taking driving lessons it is better to learn when you are young, so that you have held a licence for a couple of years when you do come to get insurance. This will then give you cheaper premiums as you aren’t seen as a brand new driver, therefore taking driving lessons sooner rather than later will save you money here also

The main problem people face when trying to take tuition is that they don’t have the money to learn on them at that time, and therefore paying more in small doses on public transport works out better for them. The solution to this problem is to save! Many people who take driving lessons save for a year and then start taking tuition. Although you may have a tight year with money, it will benefit you by freeing up more money in the future by not having to pay for public transport.

Most who learn how to drive don’t look back at the decision they made! They find it saves them money in the long run and is a lot more convenient than using public transport. The main thing holding most back is what has been mentioned above, however, you must find a way to save so that you can be better off in the future because driving lessons will save you money!

Driving Schools In Croydon offer outstanding driving lessons to help pupils pass their driving test. Taking driving lessons with The Best Driving School will make sure that you pass your driving test and become a safe driver.

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Recently I've been seeing more and more new driving schools appear in my area advertising cheap driving lessons with a variety of special deals. Offers such as '10 lessons for £99', '5 hours for £55' and '4 hours for £44' are appearing with increasing regularity. But is the customer really getting value for money? Personally I know that I could never operate my business offering such deals - it would barely cover my overheads - and I wouldn't want my business associated with anything 'cheap' anyway - so how are other driving schools achieving it?

Are you getting value for money?

Now I obviously can't speak about every driving school out there offering these deals but from the many stories I've heard the general answer is NO for a variety of reasons:

Sitting on the side of the road for most of the lesson. I often hear tales from pupils who have come to me from other driving schools that they would spend most of their lessons parked up in the car going over theory rather than getting in valuable practical work. This is a way that driving schools can cut costs - less fuel used and less wear and tear on their car. I once heard a story that a driving school in the area carried out a 2 hour highway code lesson with their pupils!

Tying on from the first point, less practical work on lessons is going to result in a decreased progress in the pupils driving skills. If you're sitting about for half of every lesson not actually driving then it's going to take you twice as long to get to test standard. So that '10 lessons for £99' deal looks good on the surface, but if it's going to take you double the lessons it would at a established and reputable driving school is it really a decent saving?

The initial offer will only be a one off and can include some terms and conditions. Once you've had your deal, the lesson price will go back to the driving school's standard prices. The terms and conditions on a '10 hours for £99' for example can typically be something like 3 hours to be held back for test day lesson. That would tie you to the driving school - you get your first 7 hours and then MUST stay with the driving school until your test to get the other 3 hours - something you might not want to do if you're not happy with the instruction being given to you.

So let's do a case study. John decides he wants some good quality driving lessons with a company that have good customer testimonials and some great recommendations. They charge £210 for 10 hours with the first hour free so the pupil can meet the instructor before making any further commitments. Typically this driving school will have a pupil ready for test at around 30 hours - therefore John will spend a total of £630 to pass his test.

James decides he wants to go for cheap driving lessons. He finds a random company online doing a '10 hours for £99' deal. However, due to the driving schools ways of cutting costs it takes James 50 hours to pass. The final 40 hours were also at the standard price of £200 for 10 hours. Also James wasn't particularly happy with his instructor but 3 hours was reserved for his test day so he didn't want to lose that. In total James had to pay £899 compared to John who paid £630. Also John managed it in around 4 months compared to James who took 7 months due to the extra lessons.

These cheap deals can look too good to be true and often are so beware. I think it's much better to choose a school on reputation, testimonials and recommendations rather than price - there's probably a good reason why one school can charge a lot more than another - you generally get what you pay for in this life!!

Jody Thomas, a Grade 6 DSA approved driving instructor and fleet trainer, runs the Jody Direct Drive in Croydon which offers top quality driving lessons to people of all ages and specializes in nervous pupils. For more information click Croydon Driving Instructor

 

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Driving schools in Kingston offer different driving packages to students. Considering how important learning to drive is, you want to make sure that you get the best education while at it. Fortunately, with so many driving schools now available, it should be easier for you to choose a school that has potential in creating a good driver out of you. Always choose the best driving school who offer a pass promise

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Kingston Driving Lessons Choosing the Right Instructor

Choosing the right driving instructor is important and can sometimes be a bit of a minefield.

Prospective pupils must obviously ensure that they like the instructor and that the instructor has the right personal qualities for them - for example, nervous drivers are unlikely to do well with an impatient or terse instructor.

Beyond that, however, pupils need to be aware of all the little - but important - factors that can make such a difference to how many driving lessons are required to pass a test and hence the total cost of the driving lessons. A few points to check before booking driving lessons are:

1. What percentage of a typical lesson is spent sitting in a stationary car learning theory? If 20 minutes out of each hour is spent in stationary learning, then this obviously reduces the practical driving experience gained.

2. How long does each driving lesson last? Some instructors reduce lesson times to 50 minutes to increase their earning power - learners should be aware of this practice when comparing the cost of lessons between different driving schools. At the other extreme, learners should be wary of booking a three hour lesson if they are only able to concentrate effectively for 60-90 minutes at a time - once concentration goes, the ability to learn decreases and the money is wasted. This last point is particularly important for those considering an intensive course of lessons (a semi-intensive course where pupils have daily or twice daily lessons often works better).

3. Where do driving lessons start and end? If the pupil lives in the country, a large portion of each lesson could be spent on quiet rural roads rather than on mastering the skills needed to drive in a busy town or city centre.

4. What type of car does the driving instructor use? Is it manual or automatic and how easy is it to manoeuvre? Light, sensitive cars can make manoeuvres easier and so reduce the number of driving lessons needed. Obviously, cars with dual-controls provide a necessary safety net when people first start learning.

5. Will the driving instructor follow the same routes each week or will they keep detailed lesson plans for each student so that they ensure that students have the opportunity to follow different roads each week?

6. Does the driving instructor have a thorough knowledge of the local test routes and do they incorporate these routes into each lesson?

7. Does the instructor incorporate all the types of driving (for example, town centre driving, rural driving and dual-carriage-way driving) that the driving test will cover into each lesson?

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We offer 2 types of driving lesson prices, the triple guarantee and PAYG, read more now

INTRODUCING: The Triple Guarantee Your security for passing your driving test 1st time and be a safe driver;

To the best our knowledge no other driving school in Croydon offers you a triple guarantee.

The triple guarantee was designed for people who want a great driving school without risking their money, to have the best chance of passing first time and are committed to taking 4 hours of lessons per week. Just take a look at what you can enjoy today.

Money Back Guarantee We know we are a top driving school in Croydon, but it’s one thing to say it and another thing to prove it, so if you do not like the service you can have your money back…Sounds great – right?

Pass Promise If you follow our structured lesson pattern, download our app, complete assigned homework and do not pass first time, we will pay for your next driving test.

2 Year Driving Lesson Warranty After you have passed your driving test, if you ever need us, you can have access to free refresher lessons for 2 years!

Why are we doing this? Because we can! We are a top driving school in Croydon, with great driving instructors who deliver incredible lessons that you will really enjoy. We back ourselves 100% of the time because we are experts in our field, and this is our proof to you.

There are many cheap driving schools in Croydon, and if you want to mix it up with them then that is your choice, but if you want a top level service we have got everything you need.

If you go to McDonalds and the food is cold, you take it back. If you go to a shop to buy some jeans and hey rip, you take them back. So why don’t driving schools guarantee their lessons? Well we do.

Every pupil would love to pass their driving test first time, it’s a great goal to have, but the pupil also need confidence in the driving school, you don’t want to hear false promises – do you?

And one you have passed your driving test lots of things can happen. You may want a little assurance on roundabouts, or perhaps you want us to sit next to you when you drive your car for the first time. For whatever the reason we are there to give continued support to you.

The prices for this exclusive offer are. £31 per hour £300 for 10 hours

Pay As You Go A Great Way To Learn

You can also have access to our highly qualified driving instructors on a Pay As You GO basis, this does not include the Triple Guarantee and is limited to two hours per week.

;25 per hour £240 for 10 hours Money Back Guarantee on the first driving lesson only

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