Always make sure that the driving school in St Vincent who you decide to book with only uses fully qualified driving instructors. Some driving schools in St Vincent operate with trainee driving instructors in an attempt to offer cheap driving lessons in St Vincent. Always get the best driver training you can and make sure that the driving school in St Vincent that you go with guarantees that their driving instructors are fully qualified. Our driving school is proud that we can make that statement.
Every pupil will require a different amount of driving lessons. Every day our staff at our driving school in St Vincent are asked “How many lessons will I need?” The simple answer is that we do not know until we have seen you drive. So book an assessment and one of our qualified driving instructors will be able to give you a more precise idea.
Not many driving schools in St Vincent will tell their customers about the various ADI grades. Our driving school in St Vincent does as we like to be open and upfront about our successes. Our driving school in St Vincent only takes on those fully qualified driving instructors who are experienced and have a high DSA issued grading. A grade 6 is the highest grade possible. The majority of our driving instructors are grade 5 or higher. Many other driving schools in St Vincent will not offer this information as they operate with trainee driving instructors and they hope that the public will not know any different if they are not informed. Also ask if in doubt to see the ADI badge on your first driving lessons in St Vincent. The main way of finding a trainee driving instructor is to pay cheap driving lesson prices.
Too many would-be learners choose a driving school in St Vincent based on the price of individual driving lessons in St Vincent. But this can be and usually is a false economy. By taking cheap driving lessons in St Vincent with a trainee driving instructor pupils invariably take far more driving lessons in St Vincent than if they had gone with a qualified driving instructor who has the experience and knowledge of how to teach. What a pupil is taught on their driving lessons in St Vincent will last a life time. The simple question when choosing a driving instructor is this; “Do you want cheap tuition or do you want good tuition?”
The Driving Standards Agency recommends that anybody attempting the UK driving test, which is one of the hardest in the world, needs about forty-eight hours worth of driving. Very few pupils appreciate that forty-eight hours of driving lessons in St Vincent is only worth a weekends worth of experience. Is that really sufficient experience to help keep you safe and alive once you are driving alone? This is why you should always find the best driving school in St Vincent not the cheapest one.
All qualified driving instructors are inspected regularly by the DSA to make sure they are maintaining their teaching skills. At the end of each inspection the qualified driving instructor is graded by the Driving Standards Agency. The highest grade any qualified driving instructor can achieve is a grade 6. To work with our driving school in St Vincent a driving instructor must be a grade 4 or higher.
Not all driving schools in St Vincent work the same as our driving school in St Vincent. We only allow fully qualified driving instructors to work with our driving school in St Vincent. Many people are surprised that some other driving schools in St Vincent operate with trainee driving instructors. It is usually these driving schools in St Vincent who offer cheap driving lessons in St Vincent.
How many driving lessons in St Vincent any pupil needs will vary with every individual. No matter what skills any person learns the time it takes to master those skills will vary. What so many people forget is that 24 driving lessons in St Vincent is only the equivalent to one days driving. Yet people think that they can pass one of the hardest driving tests in the world with less than a day’s experience.
If a pupil can pay a deposit when the driving lesson in St Vincent is booked then our driving school can usually get the hourly driving lesson price reduced. Like many driving schools in St Vincent we often have instructors turning up for driving lessons only to find out that the pupil has forgotten and is not there thus wasting our driving instructor’s time and money.
Our driving school understand that many prospective pupils work normal office hours and they can only take their driving lessons at weekends or in the evenings after work. For this reason our driving school in St Vincent does not charge a higher driving lesson price for driving lessons in St Vincent taken at these times.
Our driving school in St Vincent treats every pupil as an individual. For this reason our driving school in St Vincent can book driving lessons for 60, 90 or 120 minutes depending on what the pupil prefers. However, our driving school in St Vincent suggests to all pupils not to do more than 120 minutes at a time otherwise the pupils gets tired, starts making errors and simply wastes their money.
Whether a pupil wants an intensive driving course in St Vincent or just one or two driving lessons per week our driving school in St Vincent will try and have everything booked and organised within an hour of receiving the phone call or e-mail during normal office hours
Our driving school in St Vincent does the Pass Plus course for all our pupils once they have passed their driving test. The Pass Plus course is a maximum of six hours and includes motorway training. In exchange for doing these courses the vast majority of national insurance companies will give pupils up to 25% off their first car insurance premium.
If you need to buy a special birthday gift then our driving lesson vouchers may be the perfect solution. Our driving school in St Vincent can issue these driving lesson vouchers for any number of driving lessons and these vouchers can either be posted or e-mailed to yourself or the recipient of the driving lesson vouchers. Our vouchers are valid for up to six months from the date of issue.
A lot of people ask our driving school in St Vincent what our pass rate is. The only problem with this question is that our driving school in St Vincent cannot prove how good it is. Also if a driving school in St Vincent has a poor pass rate there is very little chance that they will admit that.