Published on January 19th, 2020 | by James Simpson0
How To Find The Right Driving Instructor For You
When it comes to learning how to drive, a lot of it depends on who you have as a driving instructor. It’s important you have the right one who’ll be able to give you all the tools and experience you need to pass both your theory and practical exams the first time. However, not everyone does but the better the instructor, the more likely you’ll be successful. Here’s how to find the right driving instructor for you.
How Much Do They Cost?
The first thing to ask yourself is how much you can afford in driving lessons? Not everyone is going to be able to afford that many per month and when you’re learning to drive, a lesson once a week is the bare minimum in order to remember everything you’ve learned from the past week. So check out much each driving instructor is and find the one that suits what you can afford but will provide you with one lesson a week. Driving lessons will go by quite quickly, so the more you have each week, the better and faster you’ll pick things up when driving.
Are They Qualified?
The next step is to find out if they’re qualified to be driving instructors. This is fairly easy to find out through their websites, and if they’re not telling you through the website, it’s good to ask before you get into a car with them. There shouldn’t be any reason for them not to display that they’re qualified on their website, but then again, some won’t have a website. If you’re feeling unsure, you can always ask to see proof of this before you begin. Making sure they’re qualified is going to give you the peace of mind you need to know that you’re in safe hands.
Try A Few
You might want to try out a few options first before going with a driving instructor because it’s important that you like them, their personality and driving style. There are going to be some that you just don’t click with, and that’s ok because everyone clicks differently with others. So try out a few and make that known to those who are instructing you. They’ll totally understand that you’re testing the waters first. Once you’ve found someone you like, then you can get more serious with the amount of lessons you take on.
What Extras Do They Offer?
Think about the extras that might be provided by the instructor. They might be able to supply you with test exams for your theory to practice on, or they may have a load of books and literature to help you with both understanding the theory side of things but also being more aware of the roads. Having a full knowledge of everything is going to really help your ability to pass the first time.
Finding the right driving instructor is important for your driving lessons. Take your time in picking the right one, make sure you know how much you can spend and consider any extras the instructor can provide to you.