If you are considering learning to drive then you probably are wondering the best steps to take in order to find the right instructor for you. In fact maybe you have already had lessons before, but now want to start a fresh with a new tutor? Whatever your reasons for wanting to search for a driving instructor it’s obvious you’ll want to get it right. The amount of time that it takes to pass your test varies from person to person however either way you’ll find that your spending a number of hours with your driving instructor. So it stands to reason you’ll want someone that you are comfortable and relaxed with, as this will make your learning experience much easier.
Driving schools usually offer a variety of pass methods, so think about what will work best for you. For example you have the usual test method, 1-2 lessons a week until you are up to standard or you could go for an intensive course, more lessons in a shorter period to get you passing your test much quicker. If you are an international driving license holder and you need a refresher in order to go for your UK driving license some schools will do this for you, the same as for those that have been disqualified and need a few lessons to get back to up scratch before re-taking their test.
Maybe you are someone that hasn’t driven for a while and you want to re-build up your confidence on the road? A driving school can help.
If you have passed your test but want help on motorway driving, bad weather driving and night time driving then ask your driving school about the 6 hour pass plus session.
Whatever type of lesson you want a driving school should be able to accommodate you. These usually have a number of instructors on their books which means that they can be flexible with times and lesson structure. This is ideal if you have a family, studying or work to fit the lessons around because you know you will be able to book lessons at a time to suit you.